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FISKE PUBLIC LIBRARY 



3 5899 00107 2002 
















King Philip Regional High School 

201 Franklin St 

Wrentham, Ma. 02093 

(508) 384-1000 

Volume 35 
Enrollment 799 



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Table of Contents 



Seniors 



Student Life 



56 



Undergrads 



76 



Sports 



104 



Clubs & Activities 



138 



Faculty 



160 



Ads 



178 




The coot swift breeze of autumn, 
The gentle rain of spring 
Spark up forgotten memories 
What new ones wilt they bring? 

Looking now in retrospect 

At four years just gone by, 

To see the good and bad of things. 

How quickly time did fly! 

We laughed and joked and shared good times 

And even shed some tears, 

but really our best times have been 

Within the past four years. 

We labored hard and took great pains 
For that which we have done , 
But when we take a thoughtful look, 
We've only just begun. 

Graduation will draw us closer, 
We will become one family, 
And then we set out on our own 
To live creatively. 

Author: Unknown 






John Abril 

Johnny A, Aballs 
102 Hamilton Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Being with friends, D.S., 
Barney. DISLIKES: Snobs, Fred, A.B., 
conceited people. ACTIVITIES: Soc- 
cer 1,2,3,4; hockey 1,2,3; baseball 
1 ,2,3,4; track 4. FOUND: With friends 
AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket. 
AMBITION: To excel in whatever I be- 
come. OTHER: Good luck everyone, 
and thanx Mom and Dad. 



Jason C. Accord 

Melon, Jay 
279 Thurston St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Jackie M., parties w/friends, 
sleeping. DISLIKES: Mornings, rainy 
days, not seeing Jackie. SAYING: No 
problem. FOUND: In Wrentham w/ 
Jackie at the fire station. 



Rob Andersen 

I wrote a real profile but due to a lack of 
emotional understanding it was not 
allowed to be printed. So to all those 
involved I say thank you for my con- 
stitutional right of freedom of speech. 
Amendment I "Congress shall make 
no law respecting an establishment of 
religion, or prohibiting the free ex- 
ercise thereof: or abridging the free- 
dom of speech, or of the press . . ." 



Rebekah M. Andrews 

Becky, Ki 
15 Franklin St., Wrentham 

LIKES: sleeping, sunshine, hugs, 
stargazes, pink elephants, talks w/ 
Luke, zoo. DISLIKES: that 1 morn w/ 
KS, mistakes, puffs PBJ, PM's Art, 
bruises. ACTIVITIES: W Track, 1 ; S 
Track, 1; tennis 2; FH 1-4. FOUND: 
Being woken up by Ker AWARDS: 
Vars. Lttr&jckt. OTHER: Thanx D&M, 
Fam, MD, AG, KS, LC, & especially 
CW, I Love Ya! AMBITION: To make it 
to CA w/MD & to find that lucky field for , 
me & Ker to find out what that was? 
FAVMEM: 2/5/90, sum 90, SRR's, FL . 
w/CW, Cape w/DF,DD,AG,MG, Petty , 
w/CW. 




Sharalyn J. Andrews 

Shara, Margareta 
1766 West St., Wrentham 

LIKES: MJ, mail, Maine (the lake), 
Boston, french fries. DISLIKES: bore- 
dom, longterm goodbyes, getting up 
early. FAV. SAY: "Jecka's Crimonee, 
wicked . . ." ACTIVITIES: Yearbook 
3,4. FOUND: in my room, on phone. 
OTHER: Thanx M&D, luck HH, LF, 
"DV," MB, & everyone else. FAV. 
MEM: 5/18/91, 4/30/91. AMBITION: 
To just be happy and satisfied. 



Emily Antonellis 

Emmo, Big "E" 
6 Garrison Dr., Plainville 

LIKES: Summer, good friends, par- 
ties, laughing, hockey. DISLIKES: 
Morning, 7/12/91, making decisions, 
mosquitos. ACTIVITIES: Student 
Council 1,2,3,4; Peer Ldr. 2; Soccer 
1 ,2; Tennis 2. FOUND: Out with JP, 
EH MW or at WSC. FAV. MEM.: New 
Year's Eve; Tom Petty w/JP, EH, BT, 
SH, CS, DJ; Junior year. OTHER: 
Thanks M + D! Good Luck MW, JD, 
TD! 



Jeffrey A. Asci 

Jeff, Ashe 
32 King St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Maureen, having $, Mustangs, 
playing hockey. DISLIKES: AM 
hockey practice, no gas, small checks. 
FAV. SAY: "Oh well that's life, harsh." 
FOUND: Maureen's house or McDon- 
alds working. ACTIVITIES: Hockey 
2,3,4; VICA 1 ,2,3,4; AWARDS: Varsity 
letter and jacket. FAV. MEM.: 7/4/91 
w/TF,CT,MV 10/3/91 w/MW. OTHER: 
Thanx M + D for everything. Maureen, 
I love you!!! 



Rebecca Bailey 

30 Pond St., Wrentham 




Jamie Tyler Barrette 

Himay, JT 
83 King St., Norfolk 

LIKES: NUW Days, TV Guide, my car, 
MC pants, SB's MG, AS's luck, Cafe- 
NOT. DISLIKES: Accidents, getting 
caught, grounded, fight w/DE, SC 
DE's "Time," insynfcnts, graduating. 
FAV. SAYING: "I think not." "Curty 
bromise?" ACTIVITIES: Varsity wint/ 
bpring track 1-4, capt. 4. AWARDS: 
Var. lets., jack. FAV. MEMORY: NG 
B/89, 6/90; SC, MC, SB, OH, BH 5/24; 
hi 8/13, 9/15, 9/20; HC's w/MC,SB, 
BC; CO's w/AS.JN, CH.G; Bost. w/ 
IBB.SCMC. OTHER: Thanx to: D,M,S; 
friends for putting up w/my moods, 
and NL 



Francesca Bartorilla 

777 Chestnut St., Wrentham 
Italy 



Thomas Bell 

7aco 
10 Malcolm St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Women, Grand Nationals, AS, 
Porsche CTR, most of all, no school. 
DISLIKES: Subs, people that are high 
on themselves. 



Steve Bencivenga 

Benzi 
7 Berry St., Plainville 

LIKES; Jessie, the Mustang, skiing, 
cooking. DISLIKES: DV, people with 
attitudes, accidents. FAVORITE SAY- 
ING: "Oh-yeah!" . . . "No way!" AC- 
TIVITIES: Basketball 1, track 2 + 4, 
yearbook 4, skiing. MOST LIKELY TO 
BE FOUND: Working or with friends. 
AWARDS: Excellence in Word Proc- 
essing 1991. FAVORITE MEMORY: 
Sunday River 91, Mount Snow 90, 
JB's p. days. AMBITION: Succeed in 
college and live life to its fullest. 
OTHER: Thanx Mom and Dad — wish 
the best to the class of 92. 




Jana Lynne Berman 

Banana, Jabana, Plucky, Terri 
505 Madison St., Wrentham 

ItlKES: M.F., winter, tiny-toons, 
Ihockey, grapes, ice-skating. DIS- 
ILIKES: Getting up for school, warm 
(winters, getting caught. MOST 
\LIKELY TO BE FOUND: At work or at 
the rink. AMBITION: To travel the 
world. FAVORITE MEMORY: 
Summer — N.H. with M.D. OTHER: 
Thanx mom and dad for all the help, 
Good Luck M.D. 



Rachel Bettencourt 

534 South St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Jeffrey, horses, fighter jets, 
poetry, having fun. DISLIKES: Ignor- 
ance, stupidity, sitting around on 
weekends. FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Huh!" FOUND: with JMW. OTHER: 
Thanks to everyone who supported 
me. 



Timothey L. Beutler 

Tim, Quicksand 
78 Leland Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: MX racing, CR's, weekends, 
money, parties. DISLIKES: Cops, get- 
ting up early, D.E., 9/13/91. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: "Oh my God!" AC- 
TIVITIES: MX Racing. FOUND: Driv- 
ing w/C.C, at the races, partying. 
OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad. Good 
luck class of '91. FAVORITE 
MEMORY: Junior and senior years. 
AMBITION: To become rich when I'm 
30, so I won't have to work again. 



Jason Bishop 

Jake 
50 Pleasant St., Plainville 

LIKES: M.G.D., parties, Murphy's 
Law. DISLIKES: Stupid people, the 
Cure, racism, Jimmy Buffet. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: "Come on now." 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1, baseball 1. 
MOST LIKELY TO BE FOUND: In 
NYC partying with Jimmy G. 




Jeffery L. Bishop 

Bish 
304 Bennet St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Boston Celtics. DISLIKES: 
Spanish. FAVORITE SAYING: I don't 
know. MOST LIKELY TO BE FOUND: 
At work. AMBITION: To own the Cel- 
tics. 



Michael Bliss 

400 South St., Plainville 



Heather Blood 

Bob 
30 Meadowbrook Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES: The ocean, sinsemilla, Janes 
the chilis, hiccups, frogs, eating, the 
sun. DISLIKES: pink, snocks, mos- 
quitoes, ignorance, project makers, 
loudness of silence, feeling suffocat- 
ed. FAV. SAYING: I wanna ride my 
bike. FOUND: With Liz and Liza ex- 
panding our minds. AMBITION: To be 
a blue-polka dotted frog in my next life. 
FAV. MEMORY: All concerts, shows, 
and good tymes w/ my friends. 
OTHER: I miss you Scott. Thanks Liz, 
Lize, & Mike — I love you guys. 



Sandra A. Bontemps 

Sandy 
5 Stacey Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Pure love, things to hold on to, 
stress-free days, sleep-overs, cheese 
fries, The Police. DISLIKES: Too 
much stress, disbelievers, goodbyes, 
arguments. FAV. SAY.: "You can't 
control an independent heart." AC- 
TIVITIES: Tennis 1-4, capt. 4; band 1- 
4; Yrbk. ed. 4; drama 1-4; NHS 3-4; 
SADD 3-4; PrLdr. 2-4. FOUND: Run- 
ning for the train in Boston. AWARDS: 
Unsung Hero, Varsity Lttr. & Jkt., Girls 
State. FAV. MEM.: Shaw, Row c Yes, 
Sting 91 . OTHER: Thanks to Dad and 
Dana, ML, JZ, KW, AC — I never 
would have made it. I love you all . . . 




Charles A. Booth 

Chuck, Charlie, Chuckie, Bob 
220 West St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Skiing, being w/friends, my 
VW, camping. DISLIKES: Speeding 
tickets, Mondays, waking up, snobs. 
FAV. SAY.: In a minute." "Sure Dad!" 
ACTIVITIES: Skiing. FOUND: Skiing; 
not w/Doug or @ work. FAV. MEM.: 
Myrtle Beach w/JR, BJ cone, 7/13-7/ 
21/91, FL 10/13/91, Labor Day wknd 
91. AMBITION: To do the best at 
whatever I choose to do. OTHER: 
Thanx Mom + Dad, I luv you; Thanx 
DH,JR,JA,EF,SB for always being 
there. 



Sarah Braga 

Sissy, Braga Brat 
102 Grove St., Plainville 

LIKES: BRU, Sneaks, Popeyes, OJ, 
playground, weekday, sl/ovw/sc,mc 
forks. DISLIKES: JB's, TOPLIP, SC 
mood swings, Sundays, PG, H.D.D 
Chainman. FAVORITE SAYING 
(Curty) Promise. ACTIVITIES: CC 2-4 
Gym 104; S. track 1-4; Per. 2,3 
Yrbook 4. FAVORITE MEMORY: 5/1 8/ 
91, BH B-DAY w/SH, SC, PD, 
UMASS, camp outs CCcamp, 8/9/91 , 
9/3/91 . OTHER: Stef UR the best, TY 4 
always being there + MC, JD, JB, Ty 
for all the memories. 2 My family, I luv 
U guys so much, LY-KY-EY-UP. 



Elizabeth Bristol 

Uz 
132 Beech St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Sunsets, cats, the ocean, 
music. DISLIKES: Waking up, hypo- 
crites, goodbyes, pressure. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: If you expect the 
best, you usually get it. ACTIVITIES: 
Band, horseback riding. MOST 
LIKELY TO BE FOUND: Riding. 



Danielle Brown 

Brownie, Dan, Dani 
136 North St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Trevor Petrie, #35, Chicago 
Bears, Field Hockey. DISLIKES: 
Fighting w/ Trevor, Mayo, Rain, 
Worrying, Double Sessions, Stress. 
FAVORITE SAYING: "Whatever," 
"Yeah Right," "Weird." ACTIVITIES: 
Field Hockey: 1-4 — CAPT.; Softball: 
1-2; NHS: 3-4: Peer LDR: 2-4. 
FOUND: With Trevor. AWARDS: Ger- 
man Award 91 , Unsung Hero: FH 91 . 
FAV. MEM.: 10-25-90, 11-5-90, 10- 
10-91 w/N.P. & AMF. OTHER: Thanx 
M & D, Thanx Trevor for always being 
there. I luv you! 



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Melissa Bryant 

Turtle, Cricket, Mel- 
96 East St., Wrentham 

.IKES: Eric, my kitty cars, chocolate 
)urple, clothes, Fall, lazy days. DIS- 
.IKES: cliques, fights, moods, waking 
jp early, making decisions. FAVOR- 
TE SAYING: "Wh . . . H . . . A . . . T?" 
I dunno." ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 
1-2; Yearbook 4. MOST LIKELY TO 
pE FOUND: With Eric. AMBITION: to 
jecomeacop. FAV. MEM.: Freshmen 
/ear, 9-12-88, 10-7,90, all the fun 
imes with Eric and friends. OTHER: 
Thanx for everything Mom, Dad and 
=ric — I love you guys! Good luck 
3lass of 92. 



Bruce Buchanan 

131 Boardman St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Skiing, money, no school. DIS- 
LIKES: Homework, getting up early, 
working. FOUND: Out with friends. 



Luke Cacciapaglia 

Catch 
31 Taunton St., Plainville 

LIKES: Stangs, driving w/MR + JD 
FZR, 2-71 , Kawi w/Boomer; 31 . DIS- 
LIKES: Rides in Dino, getting ticket w/ 
MR, school. FAV. SAY: "Big Smile," 
"Gohome Curty." ACTIVITIES: Wres- 
tling 1-4. AWARDS: Varsity letter and 
jacket, Unsung Hero. FOUND: getting 
ticket w/MR; in jail. FAV. MEM.: 
Sweatt Beach w/BA + MR. AMBI- 
TION: Win Megabucks; be happy. 



Gerry Canelli 

Gerry Jeromia 
31 Barnstable Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Electronics, cars, music, 
sports, A's. DISLIKES: Snobs, school, 
Reds. FAV. SAYING: "What's up?" 
ACTIVITIES: Track. FOUND: Good 
Vibrations. 




Julie Carlson 

Jules, Jul, Gooley 
30 Cee-Jay Terr., Wrentham 

JKES: Sunsets, going out w/the gang, 
weekends, jeeps, late night. DIS- 

IKES: Liars, getting caught, having 
10 $, feet, V.K.'s driving, feeling sick. 
: AV. SAY.: "Oh my God." "What?" 

OUND: At Sunoco, eastside w/the 

ang. FAV. MEM.: Ski Trip '91, 
wagers '91 , trip to my house, all the 

ood times w/friends. OTHER: Thanx 
M + D — I love you. KFbest friends for- 
3ver! 



Amy J. Carroll 

19 Longmeadow Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Mike, cows, ballet, Disney, my 
Toyota. DISLIKES: Not being w/Mike, 
Jens, goodbyes, mistakes. ACTIVI- 
TIES: Band 2,3,4; F. Hockey 2; Yrbk. 
4; SADD; P. Lead 2,3,4. AWARDS: 
Jacket and letter. FOUND: Every- 
where but home. FAV. MEM.: From 
12/25/91 on, Mexico, NYC. OTHER: 
Good luck to all my friends; thanks for 
always being there Mom and Mike, I 
love you both. 



Christina Casiano 

281 N. Washington St., #2, N.A. 

LIKES: The Smiths, Boston, WBRU, 
"the minnow," mindless obsessions, 
"Lebowitz." DISLIKES: Scandals, 
squids, mistrusting people, "the typi- 
cal man," indecisiveness. FAVORITE 
SAYING: "The further I get from the 
things that I care about the less I care 
about how much further away I get." 
R.S. ACTIVITIES: Deca 3,; Yearbook 
3. MEMORY: Toaster w/ Leah, Morris- 
sey 91 , 8/1 0/91 . OTHER: Thanks to all 
those who truly stood by me. 



Candace Cherry 

Pumpkin 
1 124 West St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Boys, Bonjovi, Skid Row, 
Motley Crew, Arrowsmith, Led Zep- 
plin. DISLIKES: People that don't say 
"Hi." FAV. SAY.: "Hi Dude" 
"Excellent" "Assume." FOUND: With 
friends. AWARDS: Dancing school 
trophy. OTHER: Thanks Mom and 
Dad, I love you. 







Stefani R. Clark 

Stef, Gimpy 
4 Crestwood Ave., Plainville 

LIKES: SB's, books, CC, field hcky., 
sneaks, PH, sarcasm, notes, 
Applbe's. DISLIKES: Chainman, SB's 
7-minute trip, double sessions. AC- 
TIVITIES: FH 1-4, WT 1, mgr. 3, ST 
3,4, SB 2, PrLdr. 2-4, WKPH 4. FAV. 
MEM.: 8/10/91 , Nitewatch, campouts, 
BH's B-day, Lolapalooza. SAYING: 
"Wench," "I'll give you a . . ." OTHER: 
Thanx M&D 4 UR love & support. Sis 
— thanx 4 putting up w/me, 
DE.MC.DB, JB, Thank U! 



Stacy Clarke 

Sface, Tweety, Moose 
186 South St., Plainville 

LIKES: money, bugs, my weird 
dreams, being healthy. DISLIKES: 
lies, goodbyes, freckles, being in the 
dark. FAV. SAY.: "Everybody has a 
role, that's my role," "hi ho." AC- 
TIVITIES: swimming 76-90. FOUND: 
Ivories, J'me's red Lynx, cruisin' 
Frnkln. OTHER: Couldn't 've done it w/ 
o you J'me, I luv u. FAV. MEM.: 11/5/ 
91 , w/JO.S&B. AMBITION: To not ex- 
pect so much from people. 



Chris Cleveland 

Pops 

17 Bugbee St., Plainville 

LIKES: Football, money, gambling, 
Dodgers, Elaine. DISLIKES: Stairs, 
losing, Braves, the A's. ACTIVITIES: 
Football 1-4. FAV. MEM. Gym class 
w/JP,JM,FC,JM,JK. 



Debbie Conforto 

Deb 
560 Franklin St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Dancing, men that can work 
under cars. DISLIKES: Snobs, lies 
getting lost. FAVORITE SAYING 
Dude. MOST LIKELY TO BE FOUND 
Driving around in "The Pumpkin. 
FAVORITE MEMORY: Patrick 
Micheal Moriarty Sept. 4, 1991. 




Christopher R. Conklin 

65 Grove St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Skiing, golf, tennis, JC-P, BE 
making fun of KV, Southwestern 
States. DISLIKES: Flat tires MJC-E, 
6th Study, work, responsibility. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: "Hein?" ACTIVI- 
TIES: Tennis, golf, soccer, PrLdrship, 
Amnsty, Yrbk. FOUND: On the soccer 
fields, golf course, & tennis court, not 
here. AWARDS: Letter & jacket. 
AMBITION: To have no responsibility. 
FAV. MEM.: NMIT w/CG, NERC 91. 
OTHER: Good luck everyone. 



John Conley 

Zeus, Conley, Mule 
41 Walnut St., Plainville 

LIKES: Fball., #75, winning, talks w/ 
KP,KH,DD,JM. DISLIKES: Sled, 
Franklin, math loofs words. FAV. 
SAY.: "Shut up Lizotte." ACT: Letters 
& jacket fball. 1 ,2,3 capt. 4, wrestling 
2,3 capt. 4. OTHER: Thx Mom&Dad, 
KP, Chris C, Coach Kummer. FAV. 
MEM.: New Yrs. Eve at Fosters. 



Steven Conlin 

Steve 
1 Hunter Ave., Norfolk 

LIKES: Lori, Money, friends, reaching 
goals. DISLIKES: Arguments, loud 
people, long work shifts. FAV. MEM.: 
Mexico w/LH,CO,CG,AC,JN. 
AWARDS: Vars. Ittr&jckt., Who's 
Who. OTHER: Good luck to Buds who 
I might not see for a while. 



James F. Connell 

Jim 
5 Rebecca Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Jamie, having fun, martial arts, 
PE. DISLIKES: Franklin, guys who hit 
girls, scums. FAV. SAY.: "What did 
you call me?" ACTIVITIES: working 
out, martial arts. FOUND: anywhere 
with Jamie. AWARDS: Track 2 letter. 
FAV. MEM.: Summer 91, Cape Cod, 
1/18/91, Friday nite. 



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Rick Copeland 

Stuart 
382 Forest Grove Ave., Wrentham 

LIKES: Music, sports, friends, KW. 
DISLIKES: School, HW, more school, 
complications. FAV. SAY.: "Yeah, I 
might laugh." ACTIVITIES: Band. 
FOUND: No, I'm usually lost. 
AWARDS: Too many to mention. 
OTHER: I never know what to write 
here. 



Sean F. Cowley 

Mad-Dog 
1725 West St., Wrentham 

LIKES: soccer, the ocean, scuba div- 
ing, trench fries. DISLIKES: mornings, 
smoke, sprints, not getting the car. 
FAV. SAY.: "What's up?" "Hey, how 
you doing fella?" ACTIVITIES: soccer 
1-4, PrLdr. 2-4, NHS 3,4. FOUND: 
Home, or being Brendan's chauffeur. 
AWARDS: Vars. Ittr. B. State. OTHER: 
Thanx to Mom & Dad, Good luck to 
everyone! 



Darren C. Daley 

Puffa 
12 Hanover St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Sports, quaff, winning, tension 
breaks. DISLIKES: next morn., rejec- 
tion, losing to Frnkln. New Year's Eve. 
FAV. SAY.: "A little dittle do ya, dude, 
I'm so tired." ACTIVITIES: Football 1- 
4, hockey 1 -4. FOUND: With Stormin' 
at Shelady's. AWARDS: Vars. Ittr., 
capt. hockey. OTHER: Thanx AN, I 
love ya!! FAV. MEM.: NH w/ 
JR,JM,TH,BE,JM,MD, beach w/ME & 
Ali 



Charlie Davis 

Chuck 
6 Dean St., Norfolk 

LIKES: CM, Dodge, jammin' w/Tom 
and JD. DISLIKES: Ford, cheap 
songs, bald tires. FAV. SAY.: "Yeah, I 
can fix it!" ACTIVITIES: Riding motor- 
cycles. FOUND: Under my car or over 
at Cheryl's. OTHER: Hey, Mr. M. Chill 
out and thanx FD. AMBITION: To live 
my life w/o becoming a poor, money- 
less bum. FAV. MEM.: At the movies 
w/CM,CR,JD 




Shawn Dearden 

Elmorth the Exorcist 
430 South St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Metal music, nice cars, good 
people, girls. DISLIKES: Country 
music, B52's, jerks, snobs, posers, 
PR. FAV. SAY.: "Yeah, O.K.!" "Sure, 
whatever!" ACTIVITIES: W. Track, 2- 
4, Track 3,4. FOUND: w/friends or in 
the middle of things causing chaos. 
AWARDS: Vars. Ittr&jckt. — Track. 
OTHER: Believe it or not, Thanx 
Mom&Dad. FAV. MEM.: Summer 91 . 



Joe DeStefano 

Joey D 
10 Garrison Dr., Plainville 

LIKES: Chesta cheater, GF,JC,MD, 
DD,BE,JM,CD,JL,BT. DISLIKES: 
Trig. Carla & Kristen — Fr. Billerica, 
Tempo Day's. FAV. SAY.: "Shut up, 
Marc!" ACTIVITIES: Wrestling, foot- 
ball, water-skiing, sleeping. FOUND: 
At Daley's w/MT,JC,JL, CD,BF. 
AWARDS" Wres. Capt. 1 st-freestl-St. 
Champ All-Hock Wres. 



Marc C. Devereaux 

Devo, Devious, Bavaro 
4 Longmeadow Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Hockey, 2am, jogs, #12, BA's 
shakes, X's w/LT. DISLIKES: SAT's, 
BE's bubble, Sly, Canoeing w/BT, JD 
cheating, Hock, @GF's. FAV. SAY.: 
"So, . . . What are you saying?" AC- 
TIVITIES: Ftbl. 1,2, Soccr, 3, Stdnt. 
Cnsl. 3,4, Hockey, 1,2 Capt. 3,4. 
AWARDS: Vars. Ittr&jckt. OTHER: 
Thanx Mom&Dad, Good luck to all 
friends &KP Hockey! FAV. MEM.: 
Scav. Hunt 90, Mall w/AG,BA,BE; NH 
w/BE,DD,JR,JM,JM 



Michelle A. Doane 

Doanoid, Doanzy 
309 Park St. 

LIKES: Eric, running, beating Fox- 
boro, star-watching, LWWEL. DIS- 
LIKES: Sprint workouts, back stab- 
bers. ACTIVITIES: CC 1-4, W/S Track 
1-4, Yearbook 2-4, PL 2-4. FOUND: 
On the track, running in the woods, 
S&S. AWARDS: MVP — S. Track 91 , 
Unsung — CC 88, Hock. All-Star, 
Hock. League CC Champs 89,90,91 . 
FAV. MEMORY: summer of 89, 
summer of 91 . OTHER: Thanks Mom 
& Dad! Good luck Jeff, Judy & Eric! 



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Timothy L. Doire 

Tym, Cyne 
40 Hawes St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Variety, music, good friends, 
Monty Python, 42. DISLIKES: Posers, 
lack of sleep, "glam" metal, pens. 
FAVORITE SAYING: "Hello, Tree!", 
"Fishies," "Nee!", A shrubbery?" AC- 
TIVITIES: W. Track 2, S. Track 2, Rpg. 
club, Yrbk. 4. FOUND: RPG club, in 
room w/music, reading, living. FAV. 
MEM.: King Richard's Faire w/ "club" 
& RPG club. OTHER: 'Sparrow? 
African or European?" "None shall 
pass!" 



Joseph Donohue 
5 Lake Shore Dr., Norfolk 



Tamara Dooley 

22 James St., Plainville 



Scott Down 

400 Park St., Sheldonville 




Scarlett A. Doyle 

Sad 
48 Common St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Steve, horses, trips, roses, 
"the talks." DISLIKES: fighting w/ST, 
waiting, getting caught. FAV. SAYING: 
"Rabbit mode" "All set." ACTIVITIES: 
partying w/the crew. FOUND: w/ 
Steve. OTHER: Thanks mom + dad 
for everything, Kyle, the best of luck, 
ST I love you, tons! FAV. MEMORY: 
going to N.H. w/ST + CB, "Rabbit 
Mode" days w/CB 



Jenifer Lyn Draheim 

Jen 
204 Berry St., Wrentham 

LIKES: WBRU, The Crue, unique- 
ness, honesty, James Dean. DIS- 
LIKES: meat, war, disorganization, 
socks, rule #91. ACTIVITIES: F&W 
cheerleading 3,4; SADD 2,3,4; DECA 
3,4. FOUND: daydreaming. 
AWARDS: DECA 2nd place States, 
Varsity Letter & Jacket. OTHERS: 
Good luck and thanks for everything 
JF & MM. AMBITION: To live life hap- 
pily & to the fullest. 



Angelica F. Duczakowski 

"Angie," "Duckette," "Woo-Woo" 
16 Horseshoe Dr., Plainville 

LIKES: Peter, true friends, winning. 
DISLIKES: running, arguing, fake 
people. FAVORITE SAYING: "Just 
kidding." ACTIVITIES: X-C 1 ,2,3, capt. 
4; W. Track 1 ,2,3, capt. 4; S. Track 
1 ,2,3, capt. 4; SADD, NHS, Prldr. Pre- 
med, WKPH, gym aid. FOUND: with 
Peter or running. AWARDS: 12 var. 
letters, unsung '89, MVP '90, All-star, 
Tri Capt. OTHER: Peter, thanks for 
everything — I love you! FAV. 
MEMORY: 6/30/90; NH '90; D. Yanks 
& Bad Co. '91 ; Hock Title 89, 90 & 91 . 



Jennifer Dumont 

Jen. Du, Duey, Jenny Du 
21 Mirimishi St., Plainville 

LIKES: Peter, purple, #3, M. Monroe, 
LC's thoughts. DISLIKES: 90 lbs. Cur- 
tytalk, LC'sthoughts. FAVORITESAY- 
ING: "Shut Up, Nancy!" ACTIVITIES: 
Ten 1, Soc. 1,2, Sptr. 2,3, Capt. 4, 
WtTR 3,4, Stcl. #, 4. AWARDS: Letter 
& jacket. OTHER: Thanx LC, AD, TD, 
SB, MW, SA, MH I luv U. FAV. MEM.: 
Sumr. (5 Dennen Webb 5th, Prom 91. 
AMBITION: To marry my true love. 



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Rebecca Dunbar 

Becky, Ralph, Peanut 
180 Dedham St., Wrentham 

LIKES: DC, TMNT, PBJ, dirtbikes, 
12:34, ML, 9 of hearts. DISLIKES: 
cheaters, my picture, Franklin, 
clumsyness, Peter D. 7-4-91. FAV. 
SAYING: "Jen, don't do that its gross." 
'I'm sorry. I'm broken." ACTIVITIES: 
Gymnastics 1-4; Track 2-4. FOUND: 
At CCS, North Bowl, Taco Bell w/ 
JM,CC,LV. AWARDS: Letter & pins. 
OTHER: Thanx for all the good times 
JM,CC,JR,LV,VK,JC,KF,AM,SG,MH, 
BB. Good Luck. FAV. MEM.: 12-24-90, 
B-27-90, 10-1-88, 9-11-91, 8-27-91. 



Christopher John Dunfey 

Linus, Dunfaroo 
73 Grove St., Plainville 

LIKES: Courtney, quiet, sports, hump- 
day, Friday, study, wkends, money. 
DISLIKES: Hmwk, tests, practice, 
hangin around Homeplate, floor- 
hockey at Foster's. FAV. SAYING: 
"You better watch it!" "Oh, would you 
stop." ACTIVITIES: ftball 1-4, basket- 
ball 1-4, baseball 1-4. FOUND: With 
the Corker. AWARDS: Captain Base- 
ball 3,4 & Football 4. FAV. MEM.: 7- 
17, 2am (g Deveraux, D. Daley's par- 
ties, NH w/ "the boys," beating NA 89. 
OTHER: Thanks Mom, Dad, Denise, 
Carolyn & Matt for everything, I love 
you all. 



Eric Dupree 

Billy Jo, Lay Up 
156 East Bacon St., Plainville 

LIKES: C.K., Quarries, Heavy metal, 
Penny Warrior. DISLIKES: Drugs, 
Posers, Gas slicks, Queeries. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: Right here! MOST 
LIKELY TO BE FOUND: Sleeping, 
Crissy's, Quarry jumping. FAVORITE 
MEMORY: Skipping school to go to 
the quarries. AMBITION: To marry 
Crissy (seriously). OTHER: Thanx for 
everything from everyone. 



Michelle Durrick 

Beeper, Kim, Shelly 
24 James St., Plainville 

LIKES: Raiders, BO, IR, Being w/ 
friends, IT'S, Bruins. DISLIKES: Cold, 
snobs, F + D, not having a car or a job. 
FAVORITE SAYING: "Did I say that? 
. . . Why yes I did." ACTIVITIES: Year- 
book, SADD. FOUND: Either at IR'sor 
"Smitting" w/ CH.JB.TS. AMBITION: 
To train to be a model or just look like 
one. OTHER: Thanks Mom & Dad! 
Good Luck to JB,CH and TS. FA- 
VORITE MEMORY: NH w/JB 7-1 5-89, 
New Years 90&91. 




Brian Eppley 

Epp-Dog, Epp-Pooch, Sassafras 
16 Mohegan St., Norfolk 

LIKES: NH at Puff's, soccer, my 
bubble, potholders, JR's laugh. DIS- 
LIKES: Sly conversations, Leches, Db 
sessions, shaving, no gas no place to 
sleep at DD's, Foxboro girls. FAV. 
SAYING: It's my last one, It's a jelly, 
I'm so tense! ACT: Soccer 1-4, Base- 
ball 1-2, Basketball 1, PL 2-4, NHS 
3,4, SADD 3,4. FOUND: Trying to 
keep Devereaux from breaking my 
bubble, shaving. AWARDS: Varsity 
letter and jacket. FAV. MEM.: 12/31/ 
90 at 50's, NH 7/91 w/DD,JM,JR,MD, 
JM Scavenger Hunt 10/31/90. 
OTHER: Thanks Mom, Dad and 
Lorene for everything, I Love You! 



Jennifer Jean Farling 

Jen 
40 Trafalgar Sq., Wrentham 

LIKES: Happy messages, MJCF 
Mickey Mouse, NECLS. DISLIKES: 
Failed ideas, Rule #91 . ACTIVITIES: 
Tennis 1, Peer leadership 2,3. FA- 
VORITE MEMORY: comp. lab w/ 
Kelly, Cape trips, 9-30-90, 7-1-91, 
movie trips w/Jen. 



Scott J. Fasulo 

Flash, Scotto 
51 Pleasant St., Plainville 

LIKES: sports, hockey, Bruins, fishing, 
my dog. DISLIKES: long rides, math, 
taking my hat off. FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Really?" FOUND: At home, playing 
sports, at Disney World. OTHER: 
Thanks for everything Mom, Dad & 
Tammy. FAV. MEMORY: Florida 
79,80,85,87,89,91 . AMBITION: To be 
successful. 



Courtney Dean Finley 

Corker, Corks 
70 Jennifer Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES: Chris, "The ten of us," games 
w/CD, football games, school spirit, 
Class Competition, girls night out/ 
talks. DISLIKES: untrue males, inse- 
curity, people thinking that Minnesota 
is Alaska (JM), attitudes. FAV. SAY- 
/A/G:"Yeahnodoubthuh?" AC- 
TIVITIES: B-ball 3, Yearbook 4 Editor- 
in-Chief, Stu. Council 4. FOUND: 
Stuck at Express, out with Chris or 
driving aimlessly doing the SOS. 
OTHER: Thanks Mom & Dad, all my 
friends & Chris for making my last 2 
years great. I love U All. FAV. MEM.: 
7-4&17, Prom, Jr. lunch w/JM and 
girls, KS walking into CL's door, all the 
good times w/friends & Kerri's. 



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Kelly Finley 

Kell 
191 Thurston St., Wrentham 

LIKES: When the wind blows, clean 
feet, Buffet. DISLIKES: Rainy days 
liars, piners. FAVORITE SAYING: "No 
Way!", "Wanna hear the funniest 
thing?" FOUND: Sunoco, at Eastside 
w/ the gang. OTHER: Thanks Mom & 
Nick. Jules-B-F's forever I love ya! 
FAVORITE MEMORY: Ski trip 91 , trip 
to Jules, Buffet 90-91 , Wagner's. 



Elizabeth Flannery 

Liz, Owl 
17 Lakeshore Dr., Norfolk 

LIKES: Jane's addition, music, shows, 
shiney happy people, insanity, natural 
beauty, being free. DISLIKES: Most 
people, being cold, people who think 
they know everything, but know noth- 
ing. FAVORITE MEMORY: The 
summer of '90, every show with my 
friends. AMBITION: To be omniscient. 
OTHER: Thanks H&L for helping me 
survive 4 years in here. I love you 
guys. 



Gregory Foster 

Five-O, Fosty, Fosteroo 
3 Colonial Way, Plainville 

LIKES: C.S., The Malibu, Mountain 
Deul, Skiing, #19, Mon. Night Foot- 
ball. DISLIKES; Sly conversations, 
Floor Hockey w/Linus, Tuesday, the 
training room, math concepts. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: "Hey Bwi," ask me 
if I care." ACTIVITIES: Football 
1,2,3,4, basketball 1,3,4, baseball 
1 ,2,3,4, Peer leadership. FOUND: On 
the ball field or at Stromzeroo's. 
AWARDS: Var. letter and jacket, Capt. 
Football, baseball, All-Hock, football. 



Ann-Marie Frechette 

AM, GO 
173 East Bacon St., Plainville 

LIKES: Hockey, Bruins, F.H. guys, 
Marc, #78, JD, Mc D runs, vacations, 
true friends, cruising. DISLIKES: 
Snobs, work, stress, egos, no car, cur- 
fews. FAVORITE SAYING: "Feeling 
gay" "Doubt it." ACTIVITIES: Field 
Hockey 1 ,2, softball 1 . FOUND: Tara's 
car with Maria & Tara. OTHER: 
Thanks Mom & Dad. Good luck "92." 
FAVORITE MEMORY: Summer 91 , 2/ 
14, 3/9, 7/22, 9/22, G. times w/DC. 




Eric Frizzell 

Slo-Jo Frizz, Barney 
55 Lincoln Ave., Plainville 

LIKES: Moto X, quarry jumpits. DIS- 
LIKES: Raynham Corrilla, First turn, 
crashes. ACTIVITIES: Football 3. 
FOUND: MEPS Building. FAVORITE 
MEMORY: Uncle Tony's. 



Heather Gallagher 

Squeaky, Skeet-o 
20 Oxbow Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES: Weekends, 4x4ing, frogs, 
roses, Cameros. DISLIKES: rainy 
days, Mondays, working. FAV. SAY.: 
"Yeah, whatever," "I don't care." 
FOUND: w/Danny. OTHER: Thanx to 
my friends and family. FAV. MEM.: 
5/19/90, the swamp w/KJ, sum '90, 
prom 5/17/91 w/DB, SC, JO, KJ, BH. 



Melissa Lyn Gallimore 

Missy, Miss, Missa 
8 Horseshoe Dr., Plainville 

LIKES: Brian, laughing, sleeping, all 
the memories. DISLIKES: worrying 
making decisions, my car. FAV. SAY. 
I'm in a bad mood!" ACTIVITIES 
tennis 1 -4, Student Council 1 -4, Tres. 
4. FOUND: Out with Brian, in 
Raynham. AWARDS: Vars. Ittr&jckt, 
Semi court 2, Prom court 3. OTHER: 
thanx M&D! I love you Bri! FAV. 
MEM.: 1/12/89, prom 91, CC w/BA, 
AG,DD,DF; 10/31/90. AMBITION: To 
tell a story that has a point. 



Michael Anthony Gamble 

Mike 
656 Dedham St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Bonnie, flying, hockey, tennis, 
skiing, #5. DISLIKES: losing, getting 
caught, CP's back seat, styles, signs 
of life. FAV. SAY.: "Where the #(S?*! 
are my keys?" ACTIVITIES: Hockey 2- 
4, bsktbll 1, tennis 2,4. FOUND: w/ 
Bonnie, being bad w/ the boys (DP, 
CP.JG.DT). AWARDS: Vars. Ittr&jckt. 
OTHER: Thanx M&D, BM, AG, SG, 
DP,CP,JG,DT. FAV. MEM.: 12/7/90, 
90 Scav. Hunt, Block Island w/ the 
guys. AMBITION: To fly the friendly 
skies in my privately owned Lear Jet. 



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Christopher William Garrity 

Chris, Nil 
22 School St., Plainville 

$-IKES: Room mates, the Southwest 
I abels, traveling, chocolate, tennis, 
seating PD at hoops. DISLIKES: 
Debts, hypocrites, losing, ignorance. 
*AV. MEM.: NMIMT w/CC, Mexico. 
C AV. SAY.: "Un-!(5#%c&*believ- 
able." FOUND: Locking up some- 
where; in the woods. AMBITION: To 
De a house husband. ACTIVITIES: 
3asketball 1,2,3; Tennis 3,4; Pr. Ldr. 
2,3; Boy's State 3; Yrbk 4. OTHER: 
Thanks so much to SJ,JJ, and JG; 
3ood Luck and thanks to Mr. + Mrs. C, 
JS,CC,CO,KV,AV,AC,KS, and HH. 



Nancy Giovanoni 

Nanny, Nance, Na'nae 
6 Appletree Dr., Plainville 

LIKES: good x's w/friends, green 
shopping, pizza. DISLIKES: fake 
people, goodbyes, boring wknds. 
FAV. SAY.: "Oh, my God!", "What?!" 
ACTIVITIES: Field Hoc. 1, B-ball 1, 
track 3, SADD 2,3; DECA 3. FOUND: 
shopping at the mall. AWARDS: 
DECA STARS — 1st place. OTHER: 
Thanx M&D for being there. FAV. 
MEM.: Summer 91 , MA w/JB. AMBI- 
TION: to die happy. 



Sarah Elizabeth Grich 

Sara Lee, The Grichster 
19 Barnstable Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: The Crue, Summer, '91 , SB, 
roses, hugs, beach, 11:11, long nites. 
DISLIKES: liars, users, good-byes, 
car problems. FAV. SAY.: "All set 
there," "Easy." ACTIVITIES: Deca 
3,4. FOUND: In Millis w/Melissa or at 
GV&Y. AWARDS: Deca Districts, 
States, Nationals '91. OTHER: Thanx 
to all my friends, Mom&Dad, Good 
Luck Christine, I love you all! FAV. 
MEM.: 4/20-25/91, Sum. 91 DCs 
house. AMBITION: To find the right 
guy! 



Alison Paige Grote 

AH, Al, Grots, Grotums 
12 Lantern Ln., Norfolk 

LIKES: PB&J, DD's keys, "Knives, 
hairspray & PS," #19, "Tommy." DIS- 
LIKES: moving, cotton balls, running, 
3am calls, car washes w/BM, canoe- 
ing w/guys. FA V. SAY.: "I have a ques- 
tion," "whatchamacallit." ACTIVITIES: 
Field Hoc. 1 -4, W. Track, 1 -3; Track 1 ; 
SADD 3,4; PrLdr. 2-4. FOUND: In a 
leaf pile or at Reg. w/BA&KS. 
AWARDS: Semi Court 89-90, 90 out- 
stndng sprtsmnshp, vars. 1 t&jckt. 
OTHER: thanx MD, WS, BM, MC, MG, 
CF, Dawn — thanx for the talks. AM- 
BITION: to convince people I'm in my 
teens. FAV. MEM.: Scav. Hunt. 




Ron Groves 

linger, Rappin' Ron, Sparticus 
18 Potter Ave. #6, Plainville 

LIKES: Quarry Jumps, ZC, concerts, 
Girls, Penny warrior. DISLIKES: Su- 
perplace, lame parties, fanny packs, 
wiggers. FAV. SAY.: "Crack a frosty!", 
"Step off, farmboy!" FOUND: Fast 
Break Billiards, cruisin' to the Quar- 
ries. FAV. MEM.: Watercountry, 91; 
Iron Maiden & Anthrax, 91. AMBI- 
TION: To have pride in what I will be- 
come in the future. OTHER: Thanx to 
Mom and friends. 



Kenny Guay 

Def Ken 
25-A Pleasant St., Plainville 

LIKES: SKYE, shows, cities, pizza, 
Parties, lots of money, nice cars. DIS- 
LIKES: Boredom, the Better Than You 
Crew, disease. FAV. SAY.: "Yo 
Homes! Your nose is round," "little bit 
ugly." FOUND: In Calculus 101 and 
Biology 102. 



John Gugliotta 

Gug's 
29 Noon Hill Ave., Norfolk 

LIKES: Rachel, friends, K-cars, camp- 
ing w/ DP, JL, CP, MG, DT, beating on 
peds. DISLIKES: Musky, Bruce. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: "Shut up!" AC- 
TIVITIES: Football 1,2,3,4; Track 
2,3,4; Peer Leadership. FOUND: At 
MG's on the phone at 3 am. AWARDS: 
Talent Show Champs 91. OTHER: 
Thanks to my family, friends, and 
Rachel for putting up with me. 



Heather Hadfield 

25 Acorn Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Honesty, sincerity, sports, 
beaches, Rhode Island. DISLIKES: 
Guys w/ iines, liars, double sessions, 
telephone poles. FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Yeah right" "Shut up" "That's re- 
tarded." ACTIVITIES: Basketball 2-4; 
soccer 2-4; NHS 3,4; Peerleadership 
3,4. AWARDS: Capt. soccer, basket- 
ball, unsung hero soccer; vars. Ittr. & 
jkt. FAV. MEM.: Mexico 91 w/friends, 
summer 90. OTHER: Thanx Mom, 
Dad, family, and friends for love & sup- 
port! I love you! 



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Michael Hagerty 

Hags, Mick, Small Wonder 
4 Redcoat Lane, Plainville 

LIKES: Good jokes, good friends, 
good times, AC/DC. DISLIKES: FCIS, 
chemistry, Whitman bad impersona- 
tions. FAV. SAYING: "Wherever you 
go, there you are" "Adios." AC- 
TIVITIES: Football 1 ,3,4; track 3,4; 
math league; peer leadership. 
FOUND: Hangin' with the Posse; at 
Uncle Tony's. AMBITION: To be rich 
and famous, but not to forget the 
people I stepped on to get there. 
OTHER: Good luck to everyone! See 
ya' at the reunion! 



Katja Majcherek Hansen 

Catch 

148 North St., Norfolk 

LIKES: To have fun on my weekend. 
DISLIKES; Homework, being bored. 
FAVORITE SAYING: "Whatever!" 
ACTIVITIES: Track, cross country. 
FOUND: Writing letters. AWARDS: 
Varsity letter and jacket. FAVORITE 
MEMORY: Maine, New York, my first 
football game. AMBITION: To pass 
Ms. Ryan's English class. OTHER: 
Hej, Mar, Far, Vikan og venber: D.K. 



Lorraine Hanssen 

Lori 
11 Old Mill Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Steve, tennis, memories, good 
friends. DISLIKES: Getting up early, 
spiders, goodbyes. FAVORITE 
MEMORY: Mexico w/ SC, CG, & CO, 
Nantucket, skiing w/ KS. ACTIVITIES: 
Soccer, tennis, P. Ldrshp, NHS, 
Amnesty, Math Lg. FOUND: With 
Steve or at CVS. AWARDS: Varsity 
letter and jacket, 1st place History 
Day. OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad! 
Good luck Class of 91 ! 



Ryan Hazel 

386 Thurston ST., Wrentham 

LIKES: Parties, muscle cars, Simp- 
sons, hee-haw, 2:18. DISLIKES: 
Speeding tickets, jail, anything blue. 
FAVORITE SAYING: "Crashing 
""*!" FOUND: Under the Oldsmobile 
or at a party. AMBITION: To get into 
the 200 mph club. 




Laurie Hedtler 
287 Shears St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Scott, roses, and being happy. 
DISLIKES: shortcuts w/ Tara, 
cheaters and liars, Franklin w/ Shell. 
FAVORITE SAYING: "Chill out will 
yah!" FOUND: With Scott. FAV. 
MEM.: Cape 91 w/ Scott, Boro w/ 
Scott 91 , Kiss 90 w/ Shell. OTHER: 
Thanks Mom, Mike, Scott, and Mrs. 
DiRe. 



Michele Ann Hill 

Shel 
163 W. Bacon St., Plainville 

LIKES: Keith, green eyes, pink roses, 
weekends. DISLIKES: fighting w/ KM, 
Franklin w/ Laurie, waiting. FAVORITE 
SAYING: "Hurry up!" ACTIVITIES: 
DECA 3,4. FOUND: with Keith. 
AWARDS: DECA Districts, States 91 . 
FAV. MEM.: PC, PPM w/ Kim, Kiss 91 
with Laurie, 2-14-90 (thanks Amanda!) 



Timothy Delaney Holmes 

Holmsy, Holmsi, Wooly 
12 Myrtle St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Hockey, Homer Simpson, B's, 
the Cape, 7th period JB. DISLIKES: 
am practice, D, idiots, leaky roofs. 
FAV. SAY.: "What are we doing to- 
night?" ACTIVITIES: Cross Country 
1,2,4; golf 3; hockey 1-4; NHS 3,4; 
Peer leadership 2-4. FOUND: Driving 
big ugly yellow buses. AWARDS: Var- 
sity letter and jacket, National Honor 
Society. AMBITION: To buy the ulti- 
mate ride. FAVORITE MEMORY: 
Thursdays, weekends at Daley's. 
OTHER: Thanks and Good Luck Y'all. 



Cynthia L. Hoyle 

Syndie, Cin. 
86 South St., Plainville 

LIKES: roses, C.Q, partying with the 
guys, "The Rats." DISLIKES: Im- 
mature kids, TD, 6-12-91. FAV. SAY.: 
"I don't think so!" "Jimmy did it!" AC- 
TIVITIES: SADD 3,4; Yearbook 4; 
Field Hockey 1 ,2; DECA 3,4. FOUND: 
with the guys, SE & CT, Shannon L., or 
the usual (MD). AWARDS: Varsity Let- 
ter and Jacket. FAV. MEM.: 7-1-91; 
my 1 7th B-Day party 9-28-90. OTHER: 
Thanx guys for sticking by me, love ya 
all; Chickita and Jimmy-Bob I'm outta 
here! HA! 






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Bradley R. Hunsaker 

Brad 
17 Chicatabut Ave., Norfolk 

LIKES: Basketball, running, summer, 
jj good friends. DISLIKES: Waking up 
for school, cold mornings, snobs. 
FAVORITE SAYING: "What?!" AC- 
TIVITIES: B-ball 1,2,3; S. Track 2,3, 
capt. 4; W. Track 4; peer leadership 
2,3,4. FOUND: Out of the state. 
AWARDS: Who's Who in American 
High School Students 3, Varsity Letter 
and Jacket. FAV. MEM.: Prom 91 , 5/ 
24/91 . OTHER: Success to those who 
precede me, thank you Mom, Dad, 
and all who helped me. 



Stephanie T. Inman 

Steph 

148 North St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Friends, parties, weekends, 
vacations. DISLIKES: Homework, 
tests, being bored. ACTIVITIES: Gym- 
nastics 1 ,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Unicef 3,4. 
FOUND: Sleeping. AWARDS: Varsity 
letter and jacket. AMBITION: To be 
successful. FAV. MEM.: Summer 91. 
OTHER: Congratulations Class of 92! 



Jeff James 

Janesee 

28 Tucker Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Jags, Marines, JD, P-balling, 
LW. DISLIKES: Army, debts, Yuppies, 
animals. FAVORITE SAYING: "No 
Worries" "Get off your monkey." AC- 
TIVITIES: R/C, Flying. FOUND: In 
Paul's car, TF's house, skiing. FAV. 
MEM.: JA 7/4/91 , 4/3/91 LW, Prom 91 . 
OTHER: Thanx M & D, EF & ED, MA- 
RINES #1. 



Kristin Johnson 

Special "K", Penny, "K" 
15 Melanie Ln., Wrentham 

LIKES: Old elephants, true friends, 
wheeling. DISLIKES: Lies, rumors, 
being in the dark. FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Sorry!" ACTIVITIES: Mr. & Cncrt. 
Band 1 ,2,3; Yrbk. 4. FOUND: Causing 
trouble. AWARDS: History Day. FA- 
VORITE MEMORY: 5/19/90 w/ CL & 
HG, 3/13/91 in the swamp w/ HG, 9/ 
21/91 in the pit w/ TS, 8/14/91 w/SC. 
OTHER: Thanx to all my friends and 
family. 




Leah Johnson 
65 High St., Plainville 

LIKES: Blistex, pillsbury dough boy, 
reminding JH of the comment in the 
pool. DISLIKES: CC's instant accents, 
turning red, procrastinating, "elevator 
stories", unibrows. FAV. SAY.: "That's 
an explanation, not justification." 
"That's odd!" ACTIVITIES: DECA 3,4. 
FOUND: Driving on the wrong side of 
the road. AWARDS: 1st place written 
event — Districts & States, 2nd place 
competency — Districts, national 
competition. FAV. MEM.: toaster w/ 
Christina, the pippi song. AMB: To live 
in a perfect world. 



Wade Kammerer 

Shute, Suede, Chester Dagget 
40 Stony Brook Ln., Wrentham 

LIKES: Wrestling, Deltas, Ninja 
movies, money, JCVD, Grinkle, Bel- 
gium. DISLIKES: Homework, losing, 
getting choked by Bernie. FAV. SAY.: 
"What have you been smoking?" "OK, 
thank you." ACTIVITIES: Football 1 ; 
Wrestling 2,3,4; track 3,4; Peer lead- 
ership 2,3,4. FOUND: On the mat or 
looking for a date. AWARDS: Varsity 
letter and jacket. OTHER: Thanx 
Mom, Dad, and everyone who made 
class great. Special thanx to Tami for 
everything. 



Joe Keller 

JoJo 
100 Cypress Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Apples, hardcore, skating, the 
Raiders, the A's, the Stooges, depth 
perception, rap, Corvettes. DISLIKES: 
Nazi's, Racism, drugs, the Reds, the 
49ers, posers, ill fitting shoes, magi- 
cians. FAV. SAY.: "Ya Hoo!" "I'm 
scared." FOUND: At Keri's skating, in 
the hood. OTHER: Special thanks to: 
Keri for being there for me and to all 
the little people including Emmanuel 
Lewis. 



Vicki Kudirka 

261 Dedham St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Weekends, days off, fun times 
w/ JC. DISLIKES: Fights, getting 
caught, mornings, work. ACTIVITIES: 
Gymnastics 1 ,2,3, capt. 4; Track 2,3; 
DECA 3,4. FOUND: By the water 
watching the sunset with Jason in Rl. 
FAV. MEM.: Summer 90 & all the great 
times w/ everyone. OTHER: Thanx 
Mom & Dad, Good luck JC, KF, JR, 
BD, CC. 



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Carolyn Lamothe 
30 Melanie Lane, Wrentham 

LIKES: Dana, #23, Timmy's lem- 
onade security, Tyson, 3-man w/CF, 
JD + JD. DISLIKES: MG's map skills, 
Red Sox W/DP, GP + SG, people 
playing b-ball w/my mailbox, "P" in my 
locker, fair weather friends, attitudes. 
ACTIVITIES: Amnesty, SADD, Y.B., 
NHS, F.H. 1.2.3, Track 1,3. FAV. 
SAY.: "Only the good die young." 
FOUND: W/Dana. FAV. MEM.: S + 
RR's, scav. hunt, Talent Show, Swim 
Breaks, Lunch w/JM, Summer 90, 
Class Comp. BJ concert, SM concert. 
OTHER: Thanks to my family, Dana + 
the few who stood by me I love you! 



Eugene L. Langlais III 

Geno, Zaphod Beeblebrox 

The Guru 

3 Forest Ln., Norfolk 

LIKES: Star Trek, RPG's, Bush & 
Quayle, Nixon. DISLIKES: Liberals, 
wet paper bags. FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Four thousand throats may be cut in 
one night by a running man." — A 
Klingon proverb. "I am not a crook." — 
RN. ACTIVITIES: Yrbk. 3,4; SADD 3,4; 
PL 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; RPG 3,4. OTHER: 
"Revenge is a dish which is best 
served cold." — Another Klingon prov- 
erb. Live Long and Prosper. 



Joseph R. Lawrence 

Lumpy 
10 Regent Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Kim, music, laughing, ftbll, 
Cape Cod, Being w/TP, MT, JC, DM. 
DISLIKES: Franklin, sled, camp, Pat, 
Bad jokes, racism. FAV. SAY.: "A- 
Rub-a-Dub-Dubby", "Yar, right." AC- 
TIVITIES: Ftbl. 1-4, Track 4. FOUND: 
W/Kim at any fast food rest. AWARDS: 
Vars. jckt. AMBITION: be a state po- 
liceman. FAV. MEM.: 12/31/90 New 
Year's. OTHER: Thanx Mom & Dad for 
all the support, I love you! 




Michelle Lennihan 

Shelly, Shell 
PO Box 989, Wrentham 

LIKES: honesty, true friends, maturity, 
music. DISLIKES: fake people, fights, 
Monday, bad intonation. ACTIVITIES: 
Band 1 -4, PrLdr 2,3. A.I. 3,4; Tennis 3, 
NHS 3,4. FOUND: Going to Apple- 
bee's w/ MZ, SB, KW. AWARDS: MVP 
Jazz 89 MVP M Band 90, Vars. Ittr. 
FAV. MEM.: Va. Beach 90, All State 
91 . OTHER: I love you Mom & Dad, 
Thanx Mr. T. 



Lorena A. Levesque 

Ra Ra 
5 Miscoe Brook Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES: Purple, 7, Blk. Labs, Jane's old 
movies, i.e., concerts. DISLIKES: De- 
cisions, beets, the frizzies, the un- 
equality among equals. FAV. SAY.: 
"Fanablah." FOUND: Riding off into 
the sunset. FAV. MEM.: Europe 90, 
Lollapalooza 91, Jane's w/HN, BO, 
SP, JJ; and the many others w/H. AC- 
TIVITIES: Peer Ldr.; Art Club; Yrbk; 4- 
H. OTHER: I love you M + D! Best 
wishes to CI of 92, See you at the re- 
union! 



Jeffery Lizotte 

Loop, Lizard 
56 East Bacon St., Plainville 

LIKES: Football, winning, good times 
w/friends, honesty, Chinese food, 
Notre Dame. DISLIKES: The sled, 
scrubs, fake people, running, no car, 
no $, math. FAV. SAY.: "Get a clue." 
ACTIVITIES: Football 1-4, basketball 
1,2, Sp. Track 2,3,4. FOUND: Not 
working, crashing at Puff's. AWARDS: 
Varsity letter and jacket. FAV. MEM.: 
12/31/90 at GF's, Papa Gino's w/DD, 
Scav. Hunt 90. OTHER: Thanx family, 
friends and coaches; Good Luck to 
everyone. 



Thierry Lemmers 

George 
745 East St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Most of the people I've rnl 
(will meet) during this year. DISLIKBfi 
The rest of the people I've met (v 
meet) during this year. ACTIVITIE 
Biking in the morning and biking in 1 
afternoon. FAV. SAY.: "Easy does 
"I'll do it tomorrow.'' FOUN 
Nowhere. AWARDS: Exchange S 
dent of the Year. King Philip 195 
OTHER: Thanks to: host far 
(Eatons), Junior History Class 
anybody else who I've forgotten. 




Anthony Longabard. 

40 Robert Topham Dr., Wrenthan 

LIKES: roller coasters, meets, mon* 
funtimes. DISLIKES: Snobs, horfl 
work, hills, cold. ACTIVITIES: Wintj 
Track 1 -4; Sp. Track 1 -4; Math LeagM 
2,3; Pr. Ldr. 2-4. AWARDS: C3j 
Wint. + Sp. Track Boy's State; Fil 
Day '91 ; Vars. Track 2,3,4; High Poij 
ASHME 91 . FAV. MEM.: Uncle Tony : 
w/EF, MH; Cape w/BG, MR, MS, EH 
PB, KR, DC, SK, SM. AMBITIOH 
Sub. 50 Va mile. 



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Bonnie J. MacDonald 

Bongo, Boaster, Bonz, Bonzai 
71 Grove St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Mike, F.H., listening to K.G., 
summer days. DISLIKES: SAT Class 
w/Kerri, Losing to the guys! FAV. 
SAY.: "Talk to me, nice." ACTIVITIES: 
F.H. 1-4, W.T. 1-4, S.B. 2-4, Treas. 1- 
4. FOUND: On the field; in the shower; 
W/Mike + Al. AWARDS: F.H. -MVP, 
Unsung, W.T. MVP, Tri-Capt. FAV. 
MEM.: Scav. Hunt, 1 2/7/91 , NS w/ the 
girls. AMBITION: Cruising Hampton 
w/my white Corvette. OTHER: Thanks 
I Mom + Dad I love you! G.L. Gang! 



Darin Wade MacEachern 

Dig D, Mekren, D, Captain Morgan 
50 Aldis Ln., Wrentham 

LIKES: Food + Drink, hanging out w/ 
MT, MJ, JL, JD; Dad's food. DIS- 
LIKES: Ignorance, racism, rapidity, 
having no $, work. FAV. SAY.: "Shut 
Up Tibb;" "You are soo stupid." AC- 
TIVITIES: Football 1,2; DECA 3,4 — 
Pres. FOUND: On my boat w/JL, KG, 
MT, MJ, LG, VA, TP. OTHER: Thanks 
to Matt, Vic, Mike, JL, JD, for being the 
best friends I could ever get, and to my 
family. 



Jennifer Anne MacRae 

Jen, Crazy, Mikey 
31 8 Thurston Street, Wrentham 

LIKES: Going to Taco Bell, Rocky 
Point, water & snowskiing w/BD & CC. 
DISLIKES: Franklin, breaking up, 
being broke, snobs, being lost. FAV. 
SAY.: "Something wrong wich ya 
You'll be o.k. . . . someday." AC- 
TIVITIES: Basketball 1,2; Softball 1-4. 
FOUND: At CC's house, Taco Bell, 
North Bowl w/ BD, CC. FAV. MEM.: 
8/27/90, 1 2/1 0/90, 1/12/91,1 /23/91 , 8/ 
27/91 w/BD & CC. AMBITION: To be 
happily married and start a business 
w/BD. OTHER: Thanks CC, BD, LV, 
and Mom and Dad. I love ya. 



Darren Mahoney 

183 Janice Circle, Wrentham 

LIKES: Smell of Italian sausage at 
Fenway Park. DISLIKES: Not having 
enough room in the likes category. 
FAV. SAY.: "ya think so?", "Cha right." 
ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; baseball 
1,2,3,4. FOUND: Getting lost with 
Ryan & Mike. AWARDS: Varsity letter 
& jacket, Def. soccer player of the 
year, 10th player award. OTHER: 
Thanks a lot to Mom & Dad! 




LIKES: L.C., football winning, Minor 
Threat. DISLIKES: Franklin, pad mon- 

L sters, double sessions. ACTIVITIES: 
Football 2,3,4, track 2. FOUND: Look- 

:e) ing for a ride. AWARDS: Letter, jacket. 

f OTHER: Thanks Mom, Jason R. 



Jim Malcolmson 

Bug 
29 Creek St., Wrentham 



Jebecka Manchester 

Jebby, Jebster, Jeb 
73 Archer St., Wrentham 

LIKES: beaches, sunsets, Reese's 
Pieces, pickles, good friends & good 
x's. DISLIKES: being late w/ Weave, 
working weekends, stress, boredom. 
ACTIVITIES: Cheerleading 2,3; 
Tennis 2; DECA 3; NHS; Peerleader- 
ship 2,3. FOUND: McD's Drivethru. 
AWARDS: 2nd place at DECA Dis- 
tricts, Varsity letter. 



Jason Marino 

Chief 
202 East St., Wrentham 

LIKES: DECA talks, my hair my way. 
DISLIKES: Jeep accidents, getting 
suspended for telling the truth. FA- 
VORITE SAYING: "When?" ACTIVI- 
TIES: DECA 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4. 
AMBITION: To live before I die. 



Terri A. Marshall 

P.O. Box 1622 

LIKES: Christian, friends, family, 
smiles, love. DISLIKES: Fake people, 
negativity, being alone, lies. FAVOR- 
ITE SAYING: "All the tomorrows be- 
long 2 U, take them." FOUND: w/ my 
son in a place we can be happy. 
AWARDS: Life's Work Most Talkative 
and Friendliest. OTHER: Thanx Mom, 
Christina, Jim, Roland, & Lisa. 



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Myriah Martucci 

"Myra" 
25 Cleveland St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Joe, dancing, art, calzone, 
friends, laughing, peanut butter M & 
M's. FAV. MEM.: 8-19-90, 8-22-90, 
12-31-90, wk of 4-15-91, 21 JD, 7-4- 
91, 5-8-92, 5-23-92, 12-31-91. FAV. 
SAY.: "Whaaaat?!", "Drop dead, 
Theresa!" ACTIVITIES: Trk. 1, gym 1, 
SADD 2-4, pr. Idr. 2-3, dance, art club 
1 prom com. FOUND: Dancing at 
FSPA or w/Joe, the Jens, Michelle & 
Theresa, and in N.J. AWARDS: FSPA 
dance scholarship, most talented '91 
Talent Show. OTHER: Thanx M & D I 
love you. 



Barri Lynn McCarthy 
17 Grove St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Cran-anything, smiles, ham- 
mocks, beach. DISLIKES: Getting lost 
w/HW, goodbyes, waiting, SATs. AC- 
TIVITIES: Student Council 2,3,4 — 
sec. NHS 3,4 — Pres, SADD 3,4; F.H. 
1,2,3; Peer Ldr. 2,3,4. FOUND: 
Laughing w/Helen. AWARDS: Varsity 
jacket, '90 HOBY ambassador, His- 
tory day, Girls State. FAV. MEM.: 
Scav. hunt, Tal, show, Cape w/DB, BJ 
concert, 7,4,91, Prom 91. OTHER: 
Thanks Mom, Dad, Jeff and Helen for 
everything. I Love Ya. AMBITION: To 
live life with a smile. 



Kevin McCasland 

Caz 
138 Thurston St., Wrentham 

LIKES: MGD, Andrea, the last day of 
school, soccer. DISLIKES: No car, 
getting busted, getting nipply, leaky 
roofs. ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2,3,4; 
winter track 4; ply-doh club 1,2. 
FOUND: w/ DMC in Hampton (shot 
down) or at DMC's w/MGD. MEM: 
Prom Night "are we still talking about 
the trip." OTHER: Good Luck RAP, 
DMC, Spaz and Andrea. 



Melissa McCormick 

Tish 
386 Thurston St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Dave, talks w/good friends 
and laughs. DISLIKES: Driving, goo 
byes, and tears. FAV. SAY.: "Smik 
"What's happenin?" FOUND: w/Dai 
or just hanging out with my bw 
OTHER: Thanx Dave, Jenn, Mint 
Kevin, Joe Chrissy, and Christine 
just for being there for me — I love yo 
guys! 




Brian Andrew McDevitt 

Barn-Bam 
50 Crocker Pond Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Basketball, #33, hats, 2:18, 
winning, hugs, MONEY. DISLIKES: 
Accidents, skaters, Mondays, no gas, 
no money, homework. FAV. SAY.: 
"Shut your beak." ACTIVITIES: Base- 
ball 1,2; basketball 1,2,3,4; S. track 
3,4. FOUND: Wrentham, Norfolk, 
Plainville w/everyone else. AWARDS: 
Varsity letter/jacket. AMBITION: To 
always have plenty of love and happi- 
ness. FAV. MEM.: Crashing Attl. so- 
cial w/Wade, Prom '90. OTHER: 
Thanks to Mom, Dad, Scott, Betty, and 
Jen. 



Brendan Monahan 

Mr. Slick, Donnie, "B" 
1442 West St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Kodiak, soccer, the 75, 
Malibu's. DISLIKES: BA's attitude, 
trailers, Guido Mobiles, broken bones. 
FAV. SAY.: "Let me clean off a space 
for you to sit down." ACTIVITIES: Soc- 
cer 1 ,2,3, Capt. 4, baseball 1 ,2 Pres. 
1,2. FOUND: In front of Nintendo. 
AWARDS: Var. letter & jacket, all-star, 
best defense (soccer). FAV. MEM.: 
12-1-89, 3-2-90, Summer '91. AMBI- 
TION: To get Jason to switch to 
Kodiak. OTHER: I love you Mom and 
Dad. 



Allison Moore 

"A//" 
29 Hancock St., Plainville 

LIKES: Rob, Doors, $, incense, Sushi, 
redheads, Malakite, Purple Clue. DIS- 
LIKES: Snow, fights w/Rob, 2 yr. olds, 
dogs, mushrooms. FAV. SAY.: "Are 
we still talking about the trip?" AC- 
TIVITIES: Track (s&w), peer- 
leadership. FOUND: Out with Rob, 
everywhere else, the mall. OTHER: 
Thanks to my family, RP (I love you), & 
my friends BD, VK, JM, KM, DM, AS, 
LV, LS. 



Jason Robert Morganelli 

Morgs 
130 Cherry St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Malibu's crushing Foste 
sleeping, JR's laugh, football, the Iror 
man, Katie. DISLIKES: Having no ca 
repeated songs in CF's car 7-4-9 
floor hockey at GF's, sly conversatia 
FAV. SAY.: "Dude ... She think 
you're a dork." ACTIVITIES: Footbs 
2,3,4; hockey 1,3,4; baseball; Clas 
Officer 1 ,2,3. AWARDS: Varsity letter! 
& jacket, 7th player 90-91 hockey sei 
son. FAV. MEM.: 3-5-91, N.H. w/D[ 
JR, BE, JM, 5-0's New Years. OTHER 
Thanks Mom & Dad and all my friends. 



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Joseph Natoli 

Joe, Zeppy, Gary 
9 Sparrow Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Friends, vacation, driving. 
DISLIKES: Fake people, problems. 
FAV. SAY.: "You dippy canoe." AC- 
TIVITIES: Peer leadership, Mexico trip 
91 with JP. FOUND: With Bob, Sim 
and Frank. At NP's house. OTHER: 
NP, RP, TM, KC, NL, KK, MM, MP, CL 
luv ya! 



Helena K. Norian 

Helly 
83 West St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Music, driving, Radar, all my 
friends. DISLIKES: Pressure, narrow- 
minded people, formaldehyde, mood 
swings. FAV. SAY.: "Some people 
should die, thats just unconscious 
knowledge." FOUND: Driving fast, 
listening to the Alpine with the radar 
on. MEM: Jane's 91, Lollapalooza 91 
w/LL, BO, SWP, SW. AMBITION: To 
train DM to the highest level. OTHER: 
Thanx to all my friends and family who 
put up with me and my bizarre temper- 
ament. 



Michael Oliva 

LIKES: State Conferences, Ponde- 
rosa. DISLIKES: Loose nuts on ten 
speed bikes. The Bills. FAVORITE 
SAYING: "Kid." FAVORITE 
MEMORY: Junior year DECA confer- 
ence on the Cape. ACTIVITIES: Foot- 
ball; DECA. FOUND: Driving the high- 
ways of America! 



Brian Olson 

Bryon 
264 South St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Feeling, knowing, laughing, 
being, words ending in ing. DISLIKES: 
Hypocrites, forced authority, texture of 
Tofu. FAV. SAY.: "Well, you thought 
wrong." ACTIVITIES: SACHEM editor 
chief 4, video 4, UNICEF, yearbook, 
amnesty. FOUND: Directly above. 
MEMORY: Boston 8/8/91. 




Carl Olson 

136 Boardman St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Kimber, Xmas-eve, dumb 
okes, mushroom pizza. DISLIKES: 
. Whatever!", no $, explaining jokes. 
fAV. SAY.: "OK! I'm wrong." AC- 
TIVITIES: Treasurer NHS, Peer lead- 
ership, Boys State. FOUND: With 
, f Kimber, in coupe, at work. AWARDS: 
- Who's Who. OTHER: Thanx Moochie, 
|Pop, Pooky, LH, SC, CG. 



Brenda Operach 

Brenny 
33 Turner St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Soccer, softball, & horseback 
riding. DISLIKES: SAT's, having no 
money & no car. FAV. SAY.: "Look on 
the bright side!" ACTIVITIES: Soccer 
1,4; softball 1,2,3,4, P.L., SADD. 
FOUND: Sleeping, McDonalds, or at 
the barn. AWARDS: Varsity letter & 
jacket. FAV. MEM.: Nov. '88, Oct. '90. 
OTHER: Thanks for all the help Wags 
&Pez. 



Maurice D. Ouimet, Jr. 

Reese 
107 Hawkins St., Plainville 

LIKES: Cows, 4-H, individuality, B1 01 , 
Politics. DISLIKES: Hard rock, school 
food. FAV. SAY.: "What the heck are 
you doing?" ACTIVITIES: Basketball 
1, Track 3,4; Yearbook 4, V.P. 4. 
AWARDS: Boys State, Outstanding 
youth — Plainville. FOUND: Out in the 
pasture. 



Stephen Parastatides 

Steve, Steno 
3 Bugbee St., Plainville 

I'm wonderin' where I'm goin'. 
Wonderin' what I'm doin'. This long 
strange trip has been full of torment 
and jubilation. Yet with all this stress I 
am saddened to leave. To leave this 
wonderful memories I've had, but 
never to forget. My parents and those I 
love have given me hope when there 
was none. You know I've heard about 
people like me, but I never made the 
connection. They walk one road to set 
them free and find its the wrong direc- 
tion D McLean 'Wonderin' aloud, will 
the years treat us well?' J. Tull 



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Jim Passanisi 

Pazz, Nisi 
9 Vernon Young Dr., Plainville 

LIKES: O.T. hockey, the As the Hubs 
and skipping. DISLIKES: school-in- 
house, demerits, and work. FAV. 
SAY.: "Hey, it's Enrico Palazo." 
FOUND: Home watching tube. 
OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad. 



Rob Patterson 

Red 
47 Maple St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Don King, Ex-blondes, high- 
way driving, MGD. DISLIKES: Double 
sessions, oregano. FAV. SAY.: "Hi 
honey." ACTIVITIES: Soccer 2,3,4; 
tennis 1; basketball 1. FOUND: 
DMC's, Milford, Quarry with MGD. 
AWARDS: Varsity jacket & letter. FAV. 
MEM.: College fair, concrete w/Kim, 
GEO, DMC, Milford w/JR & JA. 



Stacey Peloquin 
774 South St., Wrentham 





Matthew J. Picanso 

Matt, Carlic 
44 Lawrence St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Military history, girls, music, 
skiing. DISLIKES: homework, work, 
curfews, bills. FAV. SAY.: "Anyways." 
ACTIVITIES: Freshman Football, 2 
years winter track. FOUND: Working. 



Timothy E. Pike 

Tim, Pika 
125 Myrtle St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Football, friends, parties, 
women, MGD. DISLIKES: Work, prac- 
tice, Mondays, attitudes. FAV. SAY.: 
"Yeah right!" ACTIVITIES: Football 
1,2,4. FOUND: W/JL somewhere in 
the US. AWARDS: Varsity Letter and 
jacket. OTHER: Thank you Mom and 
Mrs. L I love U both. 



Dana Paul Pisani 

Pizon 
35 Oxbow Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES: Carolyn, friends, WBRU, 
"Tyson" the cat, B-B gun wars, MT. 
DISLIKES: Charlie's 3 point turns, 
John's 5 o'clock shadow, Dave's 
breath, Mike in a stupor, sign of life. 
ACTIVITIES: football 1,2,3,4; Wres- 
tling 1,2,3,4; Yearbook '91-92. 
FOUND: Running around aimlessly 
for Carolyn. AWARDS: 91 Best Flex, 
"Most Original" Talent Show '91 . FAV. 
MEM.: '91 Prom weekend w/CL. 
OTHER: Good luck to all the future 
wrestlers of KP and KSA. 



Sean W. Pollock 

Wil, Hayu, Billy Joe Jim BobSmith 
59 Walnut St., Plainville 

LIKES: BRU alternative, purple, Kiwil 
personality, nascency, (meeting) 
people. DISLIKES: When "fakel 
people, posers, snobs" is put here.l 
nonself creation of celebration. FAV. 
SAYING: "Ooh, scary" "If you wait 
long enough, all annoying people will 
die." "LIVE THE NOW." FOUND: CorJ 
rect. OTHER: Always smile, no matter 
Thanx Sean, Bryon, Mom, Dad, & 
those who made every day a Friday. 
MEM.: Boston 8/8/91 w/BSO & SBW. 






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Michelle Power 
7 Broad St., Plainville 



Charles C. Pyne 

Pine Tree, Churrlllyyy 
187SeekonkSt., Norfolk 

LIKES: Weekends, money, friends 
beating on mopeds. DISLIKES: De- 
merits, English, bossy people 
Muskey, fixing my car. ACTIVITIES: 
Football 1,2,3,4; track 2. FOUND: 
Causing trouble with DP. AWARDS: 
Most original in talent show 1991. 



Scott Race 

Alex, Tito 
10 Metacomet St., Wrentham 

LIKES: The Blue Jays, money sleep- 
ing, SNL. DISLIKES: Waking up early, 
not having a car. ACTIVITIES: Base- 
ball 1,2,3,4; basketball 1,2; Winter 
Track 3,4. FOUND: w/ JA, MM, AE. 
AWARDS: Varsity Letter and jacket. 
OTHER: Thanks Mom and Dad, I love 
you. 



Liza Sloane Regina 

Lize 
57 Park St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Jane's, bells, happy things, 
sun, the beach, losing touch with 
reality, bubbles, yellow. DISLIKES: 
Not knowing, typical boring people. 
AMBITION: Reaching the ultimate 
high — naturally. MOST LIKELY TO 
BE FOUND: W/ Liz and Heather ex- 
panding our minds. FA V. MEM.: Sum- 
mers 90 and 91 — happy times with 
happy people. OTHER: Thanx to Liz 
and Heather for the happy times. 





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Jason Richardson 

Miracle Ear, Lane Changer 
29 Creek St., Wrentham 

M.IKES: Winning, soccer, hockey, 
shows, Nova's. DISLIKES: DD's driv- 
ing, Foxboro girls, double sessions, 

^Jam hockey practice. FAV. SAYING: 

Dude, you don't understand how tired 

I am." ACT.: Soccer 1-4; hockey 1-4. 

FOUND: at DD's on the weekends. 

AWARDS: Capt. soccer & hockey; 

"'Varsity letter and jacket. FAV. MEM.: 
NH w/ DD, BE, JM, MD, JM, T; New 
Years Eve at GF. AMBITION: To have 
a successful life. OTHER: Good luck 
with the girls, Sassafras. 



Jennifer Ritchie 

Jen, Droopy 
35 Park St., Norfolk 

LIKES: 76, 1 1 :1 1 , Jeeps, beans the 
Bruins, PBJ's sleeping late. DIS- 
LIKES: TMNT, snow, no windows no 
money, working, Mondays. FAV. 
SAY.: "Anyone got 50 cents.'' AC- 
TIVITIES: Gymnastics 3,4. FAV. 
MEM.: 12/24/90 w/BD & VK, PBJ's w/ 
BD. 



Carl Robitaille 

Gar 
636 East St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Basketball, lacrosse, Pam, 
DECA. DISLIKES: Blue lights, working 
for a living. FAV. SAY.: "It's all fun and 
games until my Mom finds out." AC- 
TIVITIES: Basketball 1 ,2,3; DECA 3,4; 
peer leadership 2,3. FOUND: Playing 
volley ball on Block Island. OTHER: 
The Kings winning the Stanley cup in 
1991-1992. 



Philip Rogaris 

Phil 
50 Aldebrook Ct., Wrentham 

LIKES: Scorpio, pizza, weekends, 
Red Sox. DISLIKES: Detention, rainy 
days, no$, cold food. FAV. SAY.: "Hey 
dude, what's up?" FOUND: All over 
the place. ACTIVITIES: Yrbk. 4, C.C. 
4, Win. Track 4, Sp. Track 4. 
AWARDS: Varsity letter and Jacket. 
OTHER: Thank you Mom and Dad for 
being there through the hard times. 



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Tanya Saunders 

Nootsie, Legs 
886 Franklin St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Old elephants, The Rat Catch- 
er, horses. DISLIKES: Two faced 
people, liars, Franklin. FAV. SAY.: 
Nautilus, w/KJ, King Richard's Fair. 
FAV. MEM.: 3/29 Club 490 w/Manchi, 
9/27 Pits w/KJ. AMBITION: To be- 
come a model and/or an accountant. 



Kimberly Schaier 

Kimber 
40 Meadowbrook Dr., Wrentham 

LIKES: Carl, skiing, yel. roses, piggy- 
backs, oceans, zoos. DISLIKES: High 
tides, work, goodbyes, dumb jokes. 
FAV. SAY.: "Whatever." ACTIVITIES: 
Softball 1 , Soc. 2; track 2,3; gym. 1 -4, 
SC 1,2; PL 2,3. FOUND: In "Malibu" 
w/Carl. AWARDS: Capt. of Gym. 3,4. 
1st place History Day. FAV. MEM.: 
Maine w/ Carl. OTHER: Best of luck to 
KM next year. Thanx Mom + Dad. 



Amanda Segersten 

181 Chestnut St., Wrentham 

LIKES: D.D, parties, white roses, hav- 
ing fun, true friends, shopping. DIS- 
LIKES: Snobs, getting caught, worry- 
ing, cliques being broke. FAV. SAY.: 
"You do it." FOUND: Franklin. 
OTHER: Thanx Mom + Dad, + Va- 
nessa and to all my closest friends for 
always being there for me. 



Lori Shanks 

15 Pinetree Dr., Plainville 

LIKES: Billy, beaches, sunsets. DIS- 
LIKES: Arguments, homework, wak- . 
ing up, cliques. FOUND: w/Billy, at a I 
party, or Ro-jacks. FAV. MEM.: New ;: 
York w/ Billy. OTHER: Thanks Mom + i 
Dad. I love ya Bill. 




Brice Matthew Shepardson 

Shep 
7 Branch Ave., Plainville 

LIKES: Paddy, hockey, winning, ski- 
ing, Rap, true friends. DISLIKES: 
Cliques, getting caught, losing, fights, 
prejudice people. ACTIVITIES: 
Hockey 1-4, baseball 1,2. FOUND: 
with Paddy or looking for something to 
do. AWARDS: Varsity letter and 
jacket. FAV. MEM.: AM's house Feb 
1991. OTHER: Thanks Mom + Dad 
for all you've done; Thanks Paddy for 
always being there; Good Luck PO'B 
— AS. 



Janae M. Sinclair 

341 Mucciarone Rd., Franklin 

LIKES: John, roses, good friends 
honesty, California, arguing w/KV. 
DISLIKES: Fake people, saying 
goodbye, attitudes, being lost. AC- 
TIVITIES: Cheerleading 1,2; SADD 
3,4; NHS 3,4; Pr. Ldr. 3,4; WKPH 4; 
Yearbook Ed-in-Chief 4. FOUND: 
Working at T.J. Maxx or w/CG or JS. 
FAV. MEM.: 10/25/91, Thanksgiving 
'91 . AMBITION: To be successful so 
that I never have to rely on the gener- 
osity of others. OTHER: Thanx Mom, 
Dad, and Heather for always believing 
in me, even when I didn't. To all my 
friends — Thanx and good luck. 



Frank Sorrento 

Tank, Franker 
14 Broad St., Plainville 

LIKES: M.S.T. 3000, football, track. 
DISLIKES: Being stepped on by 
cleats. FAV. SAY.: "That's O.K." AC- 
TIVITIES: Football 1-4; Track 2-4. 
FOUND: At home on the couch. 
AWARDS: Winter Track. FAV. MEM.: 
Brawl at Uncle Tony's. 



Kerri Marie Stafford 

Ker, KD, Staf, Kerdog 
4 Cowell St., Plainville 

LIKES: Laughing, hugs, window talks 
w/ET, PE W/BA & DD. DISLIKES: 1 
morn w/RA, 4/20/90, CL's front door, 
SOS. ACTIVITIES: FH 1-4, BB 1,2; 
tennis 1-3; peerleadership. FOUND: 
Just follow the laugh! AWARDS: Var. 
letter & Jacket, Girl's State. FA- 
VORITE MEMORY: 10/31/90, 7/4/91, 
11/11/90 NS w/CF, BM, ET, WT, w/ 
HW, Jr. lunch w/JM & girls. OTHER: 
Thanx M&D. My friends — you'll never 
know how much you mean, so please 
never say goodbye. I love you all. 



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Melissa Stella 

Mouse 
5 Ridgefield Rd., Norfolk 

IKES: RS, DCs house over summer 
)1, hugs, beach, Chinese res w/ SG, 
^ RS, BM, SB. DISLIKES: Snobs, fake 
Oeople, blue lights. ACTIVITIES: 
DECA 3,4. MOST LIKELY TO BE 
OUND: Millis or Video World. 
WARDS: DECA States and Na- 
ionals 91 . FAVORITE MEMORY: 7-1 - 
)1 Di's house, 5-31-91, 6-8-9. 
~)THER: Thanx Mom, Mike, Michele, 
« my closest friends for giving me that 
xtra push. I love ya! 



Tara Sumner 

Speedy 
111 Pleasant St., Plainville 

LIKES: Being w/ friends, long talks w/ 
MM, blue eyes, laughing smiles, 
Bruins, ice cream, snow, excitement, 
Foxboro guys, late nights, cruisin, 
shopping, getting lost, dreaming, 
weekends, roses, red. DISLIKES: 
Tickets, fighting, decisions, curfews, 
lies, goodbyes, waiting, snobs. FAV. 
SAY.: "You never asked." FOUND: 
cruisin, w/AMF & Foxboro, McDon- 
ald's. FAV. MEM.: Summer of 91 , the 
hidden wall, good times w/friends. 
OTHER: Thanx to all my friends — I 
love you guys! I love U2 Mom & Dad. 



Sharon Arlene Sundberg 

3 Massachusetts Ave., Norfolk 

LIKES: Honesty, love, beauty, talking, 
music, moonlight, friends, astrology, 
nature, courage. DISLIKES: Geom- 
etry, boredom, hate, conformity, egos, 
depression, snobs, big hair, closed 
minds. FAV. SAY.: "Hey Babeskies!" 
ACTIVITIES: Con. + Mar. band 1-4; 
Sachem 3,4; Drama 3,4. FAV. MEM.: 
Junior Year, Calumet, Band concerts. 
AMBITION: To find the happy 
medium. OTHER: I love you more than 
I know, my friends and family. 



Madalena Suszycka 

Magda 
Koszalin, Poland 

LIKES: Traveling. DISLIKES: Shrimp, 
football. FAV. SAY.: "Spoko, spoko!" 
ACTIVITIES: Tennis, basketball. 
FOUND: In front of the piano. 




Tracey L. Sutcliffe 
328 Park St., Wrentham 

.IKES: Horses, red + white, children, 
i phases, Saturdays. DISLIKES: 
Mornings, rain, three refusals, HWTH. 

ACTIVITIES: Wint. Track 1 ; Peer Ldr. 
,3,4. FOUND: At the beach. 
WARDS: Varsity letter. FAV. MEM.: 
12/16/89; 11/25/90; 8/5/91; 4/91 w/ 
imigos. OTHER: Thanks Mom + Dad 

,? or everything, I love you!!!! 



Brian Teixeira 

30 Berry St., Plainville 

LIKES: Bivying, rock climbing, hiking, 
D'moja. DISLIKES: Deadlines, 
packing, stress. FAV. SAY.: "Cool as 
the other side of the pillow." AC- 
TIVITIES: AMC, TFC, FCT, jazz, 
marching band, "Oliver." FOUND: 
Having tea with a Sasquatch. 
AWARDS: Second year man's dou- 
blebit; most improved Marching band. 
OTHER: Stymie, Foo! 



Douglas Terpstra 

78 River Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: Bloom County, Monty Python, 
H.P. Lovecraft, Anne Rice, Ray Brad- 
bury. DISLIKES: Cold weather. AC- 
TIVITIES: Drama 1,2,3,4; NHS 3,4; 
Amnesty Int. 3,4; Math League 3. 
FOUND: Reading a good book. 
AWARDS: Xerox Award for the hu- 
manities. 



Brian Thomas 

BT, Keeper, B.Y.T. 
60 Stoney Brook Ln., Wrentham 

LIKES: Sat. Nite Live, Sprockets, Les 
Mis, Dorks, The Brady Bunch, win- 
ning, laughing w/ET. DISLIKES: Floor 
Hockey at GF's w/MD, JD, CD, JM, 
AA; canoeing w/MD, iosing to JD. 
FAV. SAY.: "Hey Gweg Be vewy vewy 
quiet I'm hunting wabbit" "I'm gonna 
kill you you waskley wabbit." AC- 
TIVITIES: Soccer 1-4, Capt. 4; basket- 
ball 1-4, Capt. 4; baseball 1-4, Capt. 
4.; Pr. Ldr. 2,3,4. FOUND: Playin' ball; 
fishing w/SL, then making up. 
AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket. 
OTHER: Thanx to Mom and Dad, I luv 
U; Thanx LD for understanding. 



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Matthew D. Tibbetts 

Tort, Tibby, Matt 
173 Shears St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Tammy, Football, Boxing Mo- 
torcycles. DISLIKES: Fighting with TP, 
camp, curfews, "Lumpy's haircuts." 
FAV. SAY.: "Darin, when are you get- 
ting your license!" ACTIVITIES: Foot- 
ball 1,2,3,4; baseball 1,2; hockey 1,2. 
FOUND: With JD. AWARDS: Varsity 
Letter and Jacket. OTHER: Thanks 
Mom, Dad, Lisa, TP, DM, MJ, JD and 
Lumpy! I luv you guys! 



Skye A. Tirado 

89 Pond St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Morrissey, Shiny happy 
people, KG, AC, & MQ. DISLIKES: 
Meat, cruelty to animals, fur, GW, 
roadkill. FAV. SAY.: "The more U give 
you're trust & love the more you're 
bound 2 loose." FOUND: Being crazy 
with Fletcher Field with Holly. FAV. 
MEM.: The LC for 3 yrs, 6/91 w/HS, 
BC, SF Morrissey 7/3/91 HD w/AS & 
HS. AMBITION: 1 . Stop animal killing. 
2. Help find a cure for AIDS. OTHER: 
Mom I love U I couldn't have done it 
w/out U Thanx! Also Thanx to ME, JD, 
IG, BC, MP, RH, PV, JT and HS. 



David Robert Toubeau 

Turbo 
19 King St., Norfolk 

LIKES: guy's nite only, Hockey, Mon- 
treal Canadiens, KSL. DISLIKES: 
Being broke, Mondays, waiting. FAV. 
SAY.: "Yeah, OK, whatever you say, 
Dana!!'' ACTIVITIES: Golf 3,4; 
Hockey 1 -4, BsB1 1 -4. FOUND: out w/ 
DP, CP, MG, JG. AWARDS: Vars. Ittr. 
& jckt. OTHER: To all you Bruins fans 
— the Canadiens will win the Cup. 
Thanx Mom & Dad & all friends! 




Wheels, Eron, Turndog, E.T. 
115 Lorraine Metcalf Dr., Wrenthan 

LIKES: Brad, lollipops, hugs, Jeeps 
laughing. DISLIKES: Goodbyes, th 
wiggles, thunder, spiders, feet. FA\ 
SAY.: "I forget what I was going 
say!" ACTIVITIES: Field Hockey 2- 
Class Sec. 1 -4; basketball 1 ,2; hockey 
mgr. 3,4. AWARDS: Varsity Ltr. and 
jacket, F.H. captain, peer leadership, 
Who's Who, Girl's State, Semi Queen 
'90. FAV. MEM.: Jr. Yr. Lunch, penalty 
box w/KS & Steve. OTHER: To my 
family & friends, I love you and I'll 
never forget! 




Shadwrick J. Vick 

Shaddy, Vickster, Shadster 
40 Grove St., Norfolk 

LIKES: Camping, Rain, Piano's, 
People Sports, Snow, Drano. DIS- 
LIKES: worrying, curfews, endings 
liars, favorites. FAVORITE SAYING: 
Just kidding, not, sorry. ACTIVITIES: 
Soccer 1 , Wrestling 1 & 4, Football 2 & 
3, Basketball 2 & 3, CC 4, track 4, 
Drama 4, BSA. MOST LIKELY TO BE 
FOUND: Wah Sing, w/N.S. or N.C. at 
S & C.O.'s or H.S.H. AWARDS: Letter 
CC, Wrestling Track, Eagle in BSA & 
Palms. OTHER: Thanks to Mom & 
Dad for everything I love you! FA- 
VORITE MEMORIES: Car w/B.H. All 
fun w/ravers. AMBITION: Be success- 
ful w/family. 



Laurieann M. Villano 

Laurie, Donetello, ditzy 
415 Madison St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Sean, pink roses, All the good 
memories, sunny days, true friends. 
DISLIKES: D.F., 11:11, getting 
caught, being broke, fighting w/Sean, 
rules, snobs. FAV. SAYING: "I'll do it", 
"you butt nugget." MOST LIKELY TO 
BE FOUND: at Curtvill Farms, or w/ 
Sean. OTHER: Thanks Mom & Dad & 
Sean for putting up with me/ thanks 
class of "92" for all the good mem- 
ories. AMBITION: To be successful in 
whatever I decide to do. FAVORITE 
MEMORY: N.H. w/ S.R. & B.D. 1/10/ 
90, 2/19/90, 3/31/90, 8/28/90. 



Kursten vonHausen 

Kurt, Kent 
454 Hancock St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Skiing, beating EP in tennis 
(rarely), plaids, imitating JS. DIS- 
LIKES: Losing to Sharon in tennis, 
stupid mistakes. ACTIVITIES: Soccer 
1,2; basketball 1; tennis 1-4, capt.-4; 
golf 4; Peer leadership 2,3,4; NHS 3,4. 
FOUND: On the golf course. 
AWARDS: Varsity letter and jacket, 
MVP tennis. FAV. MEM.: NERC '91 , 
Colorado w/CC '91 . OTHER: Thanks 
mom, dad, CC, EP, CG, MZ, CO, MW, 
coach Murray, and BE for annoying 
the ****** out of me. 



Donna Marie Wagner 

Wags 
1 1 West Bacon St., Plainville 

LIKES: Hanging w/BO, MD, ice crean 
DISLIKES: Fakes, snobs, losing. FAV 
SAY.: "Life is only what you make i 
it." ACTIVITIES: Soccer 1,2; baske 
ball 1 ,2; W. Track 3,4; Softball 1 ,2,3,4 
FOUND: In Colorado looking for Dan'! 
cowboy hat. AWARDS: varsity lette 
and jacket, DECA district and staK 
placements. FAV. MEM.: Summer i 
'89 w/MD, Summer of '91. OTHEfi 
Thanx mom and dad, KW, MD, BO. 



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Sean Brian Walsh 

100 Messenger St., Plainville 

IKES: Darkness, M.L Gore, X-Mas 
// MDM, immortality, PBS. DISLIKES: 
uilt, insecurity, good ol' boys in 
rucks. FAVORITE SAYING: "Hi, I'm 
rying to be nice.'' ACTIVITIES: 
unnesty 2,3; Sachem 2,3,4; Video 
,3; Unicef 3,4; drama 3,4; Mod. Sen. 
FAV. MEM.: Peeping Seans 91, 
lome w/ BO and SP, D. Mode 90. 
)THER: Thanks to the family, MDM, 
!0, SP, CC, KL and the McCollums. 
ook before you leap and you never 
kill. 



Brian Wason 

BW 
4 Hoover Rd., Norfolk 

LIKES: football, Cowboys, vacations, 
parties, getting paid. DISLIKES: egos, 
Foxboro, having no money, studying, 
Sr. English getting lost, rap music, cur- 
fews. ACTIVITIES: Football 3,4. 



Michelle Robin Weaver 

Weavedog 
28 Stanhope Dr., Norfolk 

LIKES: Soccer, happiness, polka dots, 
roses, my mom. DISLIKES: No ketch- 
up, no 1 2 call, wreck w/EM trouble w/ 
Jeb. FAV. SAY.: "Shut up Nancy!" 
ACTIVITIES: Soc. + soft. 1-4, Capt. 4; 
bb 1 , Pr. Ldr 2-4, DECA Natl's. AMBI- 
TION: Be rich and own a private jet. 
FAV. MEM.: Prom, Boston w/Chris, 
beach w/ Tarn + Jen, Webb per. 5, N. 
watch. OTHER: KP, my coaches, 
friends + Mom — I luv U1 



Helen Marie Whitbread 

H, H.E., Homey 
65 Blake Road, Wrentham 

LIKES: Laughter, hammock talks, 
beaches, frogs, eyes. DISLIKES: Get- 
ting lost w/BM, rain, bruises, crickets, 
speedos. FAV. SAY.: "I have to go to 
the bathroom!" ACTIVITIES: Field 
Hockey 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Stud. 
Coun. 2,3,4; P.L. 2,3,4. FOUND: 
laughing w/ Barri. AWARDS: Varsity 
letter and jacket. FAV. MEM.: Scav. 
hunt, Jr. yr. lunch, Sum '91 , Tal. Show, 
Prom 91 . AMBITION: To live happily 
ever after. OTHER: Thanks M&D, the 
M&M's. I love you all! 




Bob White 

Whiteshoes 
75 Lorraine Metcalf Dr., Wrentham 

IKES: NY Giants, Bruins, long week- 
nds, big paychecks, ADIDAS BB 
ats. DISLIKES: Double sessions, 
omework, the Lakers & Habs. FAV. 
'AY.: "Anything less would be un- 
itized." ACTIVITIES: Basketball 1 ,2; 
ioccer 1,2,3,4; Peer Leadership. 
■OUND: Hanging with JN, JP, Pops, 
S, FROG, JS, KC, TM. OTHER: 
iood luck to: JS, JW, JS, KC, TM, KK, 
P, RM. 



Evan Williams 

Ev, Edmund the Inconsistent 
306 Madison St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Hitch hiker's Guide, Monty 
Python, Rush, Anarchy. DISLIKES: 
Vogon poetry, Ravenous Bugblatter 
Beast, Paranoia. FAVORITE SAYING: 
"Stitch your head in a pig" "Dingo's 
kidneys'' "Space cookies." AC- 
TIVITIES: Yrbk. 4, RPG Club 3,4. 
FOUND: Reading at milliways in a 
wormhole. FAV. MEM.: "Club" as- 
saulting the front row. 



Gabriel Wolloff 

Gabe 
2570 West St., Wrentham 

LIKES: Yes, driving around aimlessly, 
hanging out w/ friends, BAND, half 
days. DISLIKES: school work, people 
w/ attitudes, major confusion. AC- 
TIVITIES: Marching Band 1,2,3,4; 
Jazz 1 ,4. FOUND: Driving around w/ 
no particular place to go or marching 
on a football field. AWARDS: Band let- 
ter. FAV. MEM.: Band Camp '91 , row 
C at Yes concert. OTHER: Thanx to 
my parents and all my friends for mak- 
ing this the best year in high school. 



William Robert Young 

Lips, Robonomics, Dickie 
3 Crestwood Ave., Plainville 

LIKES: Ron, Bosstones, Life-itself. 
DISLIKES: story tellers who tell untrue 
stories lava. FAV. SAY.: "Lips, Do you 
realize what you just did?" AMBITION: 
To be a Supreme Court Justice. 
AWARDS: loudest. OTHER: Thanx to 
everyone who cared. 



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Michelle Elizabeth 
Zassenhaus 

Zass 
47 Mirimichi St., Plainville 

LIKES: Horse buggy whips, free- 
spirited open-mindedness. DISLIKES: 
when people run thru the woods blind- 
folded and try to hop a stream. FAV. 
SAY.: "the only word that belongs in 
quotes is the word 'reality.' " AC- 
TIVITIES: Ten 1 , Capt. 2-4, Soc. 2-4, 
A.I. 2, Pres. 3,4; Yrbk. 3,4. Sachem 1- 
3, Ed. 4; Pr. Idr. 2-4; NHS 3,4; CAC 4; 
G. State 3, Art Clb 2; Math Lg. 2. 
FOUND: trying to find myself. 
AWARDS: Voice/Dem, G. State Lt. 
Gov., Unsung. FAV. MEM.: Sum 91 . 




Maria Elizabeth Menyo 

Mia, Mario, M & M 
436 South St., Plainville 

LIKES: Being happy, friends, flowers, 
Bruins, laughing, flirting, & sunshine. 
DISLIKES: Getting caught, curfews, 
hidden walls, school & snobs FAV. 
SAY.: "I don't know." ACTIVITIES: Art 
1 ,2,3; SADD 3; UNICEF 2, PRE-MED 
3,4. FOUND: Crusin' in Tara's car 
Foxboro or McDonalds. OTHER: 
Thanks to all my friends and family 
and good luck to class of 1 992. 



Douglas Ford 

15 Blake Rd., Wrentham 

LIKES: Storman, being of age, Mx, 
mornings, Brendan's excuses about 
Tasha. DISLIKE: Being disorganized, 
bad luck, attitudes the Doors. FAV. 
SAYING: "Conley, how is Irene?'' 
FOUND: Driving aimlessly. FAV. 
MEM.: Luke forgetting to stop count- 
ing at 57 at Hoffenburgs. 



Lila Swenson 
Norfolk 

LIKES: Aaron, Britny, all the good 
memories since 10/18/89 and 5/1/90, 
Elke and my wonderful family, you too 
Paul! DISLIKES: A lot of people, Gra- 
nadas, being alone or w/o Aaron, 
school, leaving Britny. FAV. SAY.: "I 
love Aaron and Britny!" FOUND: w/ 
Aaron and Britny at my house or 
Aaron's house, or at my Mom's house 
with Elke. OTHER: I love you Aaron! I 
love you Britny! Have another fun year 
Elke and Paul! 



Andrew P. Castro 

Andy 
90 South St., Plainville 

LIKES: girls, music, Led Zeppelin Tai- 
chi-Alcido, "A big satch", fishin', 
plankin', goin' to a bash, skiing. DIS- 
LIKES: slow drivers snobs, hypocrisy, 
attitudes, waking up, no party, insensi- 
tivity, road pizza's. FAV. SAY.: What's 
up dude? Can't do it, That's crazy. 
FOUND: at a party Jammin' w/EB, JG, 
BP. ACTIVITIES: Outward Bound. 
FAV. MEM.: Outward Bound, Partying 
at the point, moving back from Nor- 
wood. AMBITION: to be successful in 
whatever I do. 



Joe Lewicki 

Valerie Dr., Plainville 



Won Pyo Chong 

1233 South St., Wrentham 



Alicia DelSignore 




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Baby Pictures 




John Abril 





Jason Accord 



Sharalyn Andrews Emily Antonellis 




Jeff Asci Francesca Bartorilla Steve Bencivenga Jana Berman Heather Blood 





Sandy Bontemps Danielle Brown Melissa Bryant Luke Cacciapaglia Julie Carlson 




Amy Carroll Christina Casiano Candy Cherry 



Stefani Clark 



Stacy Clarke 



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Sarah Grich 



Alison Grote 



Heather Hadfield 



Lori Hanssen 



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Joe Natoli 



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Brenda Operach 



Maurice Ouimet 



Steve Parastatides 



Stacey Peloquin 



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Liza Regina 



Jason Richardson 



Jenifer Ritchie 



Tanya Saunders 



Kim Schaier 



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Donna Wagner 



Michele Weaver 



Helen Whitbread 



Bob White 



Rob Young 




Matt Tibbetts 



Dave Tobeau 



Gabe Wolloff 



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Becky Dunbar 



Ann-Marie Frechette 



Eric Frizzell 




Bradley Hunsaker 



Tara Sumner 



Skye Tirado 



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Donna Wagner 




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Best Ail-Around 
Bonnie McDonald and Greg Foster 



Class Partiers 
Darren Daley and Vicki Kurdurka 



Most Talkative 
Brian McDevit and Amanda Segersten 



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Wittiest 

Becky Dunbar and Mike Oliva 





Cutest 
Melissa Bryant and Mike Gamble 



Most Unique 
Sean Walsh and Heather Blood 




Highway Menace 
Steve Bencivenga and Tara Sumner 



Shyest 
Elizabeth Bristol and Bruce Buchanan 





Class Couple 
Lori Hanssen and Steve Conlin 



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Hippest 
Sean Pollock and Michelle Zassenhaus 



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Best Nickname 
Chris Carew and Michelle Weaver 



Best Buddies 
Dana Pisani and Charlie Pyne 



Most Class Spirit 
Erin Turner and Brian Thomas 



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Most Artistic 
Mike Kearns and Michelle Zassenhaus 



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Most Athletic 
Bonnie MacDonald and Chris Dunfey 



Most Changed 
Sean Walsh and Heather Blood 




Most Chauvinistic 
Joe Destefano 







Most Unchanged 
Gene Langlais and Elizabeth Bristol 



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Class Gossips 
John Gugliotta and Nancy Giovanoni 



Class Clowns 
Kelley Finley and Brian Thomas 




Most Fun 
Tami Dooley and Jason Morganelli 



Most Liberated 
Michelle Lennihan 



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Most Optomistic 
Kelly Finley and Darin MacEachern 






Most Likely to Stay in the Area 
Darren Daley and Laurieann Villano 



Most Pessimistic 
Missy Gallimore and Jeff Lizotte 




Best Smile 
Marc Deveraux and Lorena Levesque 



Best Dressed 
Jamie Barrette and Becky Andrews 





Becky Dunbar and Steve Bencivenga 



Friendliest 
Michelle Weaver and Jason Richardson 



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Diane Digris, Wade Kammerer, Shannon Gately 
A thorn between two roses 



Rachel Harris 

"Why me . . . Why now?' 





Julie Klemola 

Define the meaning of life in 30 seconds!!!! 



Eat your heart out . 



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— A Pupils Prayer — 



Now I sit me down to study 
I pray the Lord I won't go nutty 
If I fail to learn this junk 
I pray the Lord that I won't flunk 
If I should die, give no pity at all 
Just lay my bones in the study hall 
Tell ol' teach that I did my best 
And pile my books upon my chest 
And now I lay me down to rest 
I pray that I pass tomorrows test 
If I should die before I wake 
That's one less test 

I'll have to take!! 




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As freshmen, the class of 1992, entered 
King Philip led by President Brendan Mon- 
ahan, Vice President Jason Morganelli, Sec- 
retary Erin Turner, and Treasurer Bonnie Mac- 
Donald. With Mr. Warren as our advisor, we 
began our venture into the unknown realms of 
"high school." We made a definite attempt to 
build a winning homecoming float with "We'll 
Take the Sting Out of the Hornets", but we 
realized that we would just have to wait for a 
victory. Our first freshman-sophomore semi- 
formal, 'This is a Time to Remember", was 
held at the Coachman's Lodge in Bellingham 
on March 31 , 1989. Alison Grote and Michelle 
Power represented our class in the court that 
evening. 

Our sophomore year began with Brendan 
Monahan as President, Jason Morganelli as 
Vice President, Erin Turner as Secretary, and 
Bonnie MacDonald as Treasurer. Our sopho- 
more float, "With K.P.'s Might We'll Rule the 
Knight" was an artistic wonder but was still a 
long-shot from being a winner. Although we 
couldn't win the class events, we still had a 
blast trying! The semi-formal "Faithfully" was 




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held at Demetris in Foxboro on March 23, 
1 990. Our Queen, Erin Turner and her court Ali 
Grote and Missy Gallimore were elected even 
though it became harder and harder to pick 
three from a class of such beautiful women. 

Junior year we were under the leadership of 
Greg Foster — President, Jason Morganelli — 
Vice President, Erin Turner — Secretary and 
Bonnie MacDonald — Treasurer. Our float 
was a great one but still no winner. Without a 
trophy once again, we looked forward to our 
senior year. Our first prom "All of My Love" 
held at the Sheraton in Mansfield on May 17, 
1991 was a great one. Our class was repre- 
sented by Missy Gallimore and Kerri Stafford. 

Senior year, our final year, we were led by 
Greg Foster — President, Maurice Ouimet — 
Vice President, Erin Turner — Secretary, and 
Bonnie MacDonald — Treasurer. Our senior 
prom, held on May 8, 1992 at Lakeview Pavil- 
lion in Foxboro, ended our four wonderful 
years. We had a great senior year and a great 
class. You all are great Class of 1 992! Best of 
Luck to you all and we'll miss you! 

Erin Turner and Bonnie MacDonald 



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The Junior Senior prom was held atl 
Sheraton in Mansfield on May 
i991. The theme was "All My Love] 
The elegant queen was Laura Sie( 
man, and Jace Pearson was the das 
ing king. They were accompanied 
the court Missy Galimore, Trace 
McDonald, Laura Siekman, Jace Pea 
son, Debbie Figurelli, and Kerri Ste 
ford. 



Missy Galimore, Tracey McDonald, Laura Siekman, Jace Pearson, 
Debbie Figurelli, and Kerri Stafford. 








"I think she went that way", Darin Mac- 
Eachern. 



"Looking forward to the time of our lives", Stacey 
Basset, Jim Sloper. 



"So this is what it looks like in- 
side!", Kevin McCasland, Jen 
MacRae. 




"The five studs of the night!", J. Gugliotta, M 
Gamble, B. Thomas, D. Toubeau, C. Pyne. 



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"Come get us if you can handle all three!", J. Morganelli, G. Foster, B. Eppley. 






"The smashing duo!", Cnjrtney Finley, 
Charlie Pyne. 



"Too cute for words.", Carolyn Lamothe, Dana 
Pisani 




"Don't let go!", Jason Morganelli, Katie Palos. 



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SENIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 




Mrs. Ziegler-Carneiro, Mrs. Tower, Erin Turner, Bonnie Macdonald, Greg Foster, Maurice Ouimi 





This year, King Philip hosted three exchange studerti 
Thierry Lemmers, Katja Hansen, and Francesca BartoriJ 
These students have agreed to come to a new school in 
different country where everyday living is drastically differ© 
from what they are used to. By having them here, KP studen 
have learned of different customs and traditions of foreif 
lands. We have also become close friends with them, and* 
will miss them very much! 



ROW A: K. Eaton, J. Eaton, T. Inman, D. Inman, S. Neske, B. Neske. ROW B: E. 
Eaton, T. Lemmers, K. Hansen, F. Bartorilla, D. Neske. 



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Leah McLean 

Gosh I love this place! 




Tina Debraie, Melodie Smith, Jill Delahanty 
"Lets do the twist ..." 




Melissa Hennessey 

"Look, I came to this class to study!!" 




Shannon Gately 
"I must, I must . 




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Todd Alsworth 

Geometric design?? I thought this was art, not math! 



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C&44s 



Dear Mrs. Carneiro and Mrs. Tower, 



After the 25th class reunion for the 
class of 1992, we discovered that 
everyone had achieved their goals in 
the lifestyles they had chosen. Some 
of the graduates have traveled around 
the world, while some have stayed in 
the area. Let us tell you what the 
alumni of the Class of 1992 are doing 
these days: 

Australia seems to be the hottest 
spot these days, filled with KP 
graduates. One of its most famous 
inhabitants is Barri McCarthy who, 
along with her husband and pet koala, 
has a mansion in the middle of 
outback. She is known for her gala 
parties which are thrown for the most 
influential people in the world. We 
recently attended one and saw 
Olympic gold medal winners Michelle 
Doane and Tracey Sutcliffe, 
multimillionaires Matt Tibbets, Stacey 
Peloquin, and Bob White, and world 
travelers Jen Dumont and Doug Ford. 
Living right next door to her is Brenda 
Operach who has become a marine 
biologist. She works in the world 
famous Brisbane Institute for Marine 
Biology and Aquatic Sciences founded 
by Sean Cowley, who is also a 
member of the local volunteer fire 
department. He was recently called to 
action to help put out the fire at Andy 
Castro's winter home. Fortunately, 
Andy was vacationing in Hawaii at the 
time. During his vacation, he ran into 



Mike Oliva who owns his own 
suntanning salon. Some of his favorite 
customers are Michelle Power and Joe 
Lewicki. Scott Down has also built his 
business empire there. The most 
recognized voice on the radio is KP's 
own Frank Sorrento. He recently 
received a call from Lorena Levesque 
who was sailing around the Caribbean 
on her yacht with her husband and 
seven children. She passed Ann-Marie 
Frechette on her yacht, and stopped 
over for some coffee. Also in the 
Caribbean is Brice Shepardson who is 
a bartender at Jebecka Manchester's 
Jamaican bar. All day long, they serve 
drinks on the beach to Laurie Ann 
Villano and the husband of her 
dreams. Terri Marshall is living in 
Europe taking in homeless children. 
Francesca Bartorilla and Katja Hansen 
are back in Europe teaching courses 
on how to ''live it up" in America. 
Back in the United States, Alex Race is 
enjoying life in North Carolina, while 
Allison Moore is happily married in 
Colorado. Michelle Durrick, Tanya 
Saunders, and Kristen Johnson are all 
successful models in New York City. 
They model all of the clothes for two 
of the hottest fashion designers — 
Courtney Finley and Heather Blood. If 
you want to find Rob Young and Ken 
Guay, just look in hot tubs. Jeff Lizotte 
is now living in Maine as a hermit in 
his environmental dream house. Missy 
Gallimore can be found lying on a 
beach in South Carolina. Jimmy 



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Connell is living on a lake in New 
Hampshire. Helen Whitbread is 
teaching Hispanic children to speak 
English in Florida. 

The teachers at King Philip prepared 
the class of 1992 well for the real 
world. Jeff Asci, Lori Shanks, and Matt 
Picanso have all gone on to become 
professional drafters. Lori Hanssen, 
Steve Conlin, and Amy Carroll are 
presidents of multimillion dollar 
corporations. When they fly on 
business, they call on their favorite 
pilot Mike Gamble, and his stewardess 
Bonnie MacDonald. Tim Doire has 
become a famous author, and Michelle 
Zassenhaus has made a tremendous 
impact on the art world. Janae Sinclair 
is a public accountant in California. 
Gerry Canelli is an electronic engineer 
who always finds time to fix lifecycles 
at Alison Grote's health club. Right 
next door is a hair salon owned by 
Julie Carlson, Becky Dunbar, and Jen 
MacRae, which gives free haircuts to 
the class of '92. 

Some of the KP grads have become 
famous since leaving. On the sport 
scene, John Conley is a defensive 
lineman for the Los Angeles Raiders 
and he has made the Pro Bowl team 
for the fifth straight year. Dave 
Toubeau, the goalie for the Montreal 
Canadians, just received the MVP 
trophy from the President of the 
National Hockey League, Marc 
Devereaux. Over in England, 
Magdalena Suszcka won the 



Wimbledon Tennis Championship. 
Michelle Weaver and her assistant 
Pele are teaching soccer to some local 
kids, while Darren Mahoney and 
Heather Hadfield are always close by 
to help out. Some grads have hit it big 
in entertainment. Rick Copel and has 
taken over for Paul Schafer on the 
David Letterman show. Sandy 
Bontemps has her own talk show 
which just put out Oprah, Geraldo, and 
Donahue out of business. She recently 
had Michelle Lennihan, the new 
president of the United States, on to 
chat. Also on her show was Myriah 
Martucci, who is now the principal 
dancer in the New York City Ballet, 
Sean Walsh, who has recently hit the 
music charts with his 12th album, and 
Brian Texeira, who was the first man 
to circumnavigate the globe in a 
kayak. 

On the unusual side of jobs, 
Brendan Monahan is a clown in 
Barnum and Bailey's Circus which is 
now owned by Becky Bailey. Traveling 
with Brendan is his "significant other" 
Tasha Pollard. Rob Anderson is 
lobbying to ensure freedom of speech 
to everyone. Sarah Braga owns a 
chain of Hot Diggity carts all over the 
world. Joe Keller is helping to clean 
the environment by picking up bottle 
caps. Christina Casiano sits on a park 
bench in Boston and plays music. Liza 
Regina has been selling homemade 
jewelry in the subway stations. Liz 
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pottery on the beach. Dana Pisani has 
become an incredibly rich inventor, 
mainly due to the help of his wife, 
Carolyn Lamothe, who has 
successfully marketed all of his 
inventions. Sean Pollock has created a 
Kiwi fruit that does not bruise. Scott 
Fasulo has invented a hat which can 
be worn all year round. Gene Langlais 
has just invented a translight speed 
engine and has used it to conquer a 
small section of space. Steve 
Parastatides, Sarah Grich, and Steve 
Bencivenga, all famous advertisers, 
have sold many of their inventions, 
with the help of Jen Draheim and 
Michelle Hill, who have become 
successful in the marketing industry. 

Erin Turner and Brian Thomas are 
teaching Phys. Ed. and coaching 
athletics at KP. Stefani Clark, one of 
KP's history teachers, is the new field 
hockey coach. Jamie Barrette is 
teaching the future drivers of the 
world in his own Drivers Education 
class. 

The medical profession was a 
popular choice for the KP grads. Angie 
Duczakowski and Carl Olson are 
successful doctors, and, with Kim 
Schair assisting them, have just 
completed reconstructive foot surgery 
on Eric Frizzell. Chris Dunfey is now a 
well-known surgeon whose specialty 
is wrists. He works daily with Maria 
Menyo, the local X-ray technologist. 
Just the other day, Noel McLellan and 
Evan Williams were in for their weekly 
X-rays. Fortunately, they were in 
perfect health. Maurice Ouimet, 
Elizabeth Bristol, and John Abril, are 
all finishing medical school, learning 



the trade from pharmacist Danielle 
Brown. 

Tami Dooley now owns the entire 
Papa Gino's chain, while Melissa 
McCormick is the proud owner of 
Chuck E. Cheese. They always give 
free food to the class of 92. Chuck 
Booth owns his own ski resort in 
Vermont. Tim Holms, Kurt vonHausen, 
and Jason Acord can always be found 
up there. John Gugliotta owns a bar 
and restaurant where Darren Daley 
and Jeff Janes are the head 
bartenders. Doug Terpstra, the chief of 
the FBI, always stops in for a drink. 
There he can meet Jason Richardson, 
the Ambassador to the Fiji Islands, 
and Sharon Sundberg, the 
Ambassador to Japan. After five years 
with the government, Ron Groves is 
an air traffic controller. Melissa Bryant, 
Phil Rogaris, and Tim Pike are all 
police officers. For the last two years, 
they have been chasing the infamous 
Jason Bishop, who, they believe, has 
been selling illegal weapons to Chris 
Cleveland. Unfortunately, they arrested 
Charlie Pyne instead, and he is now 
making license plates in prison. While 
in prison, he saw Joe Destefano and 
Mike Hagerty, two of the most 
infamous bank robbers of our time. 

Joe Donahue owns one of the 
hottest clubs in the country. Brian 
McDevitt tries to get in, but he can't 
get past the bouncer, Chris Carew. If 
he was able to get in, he would find 
Jim Malcomson, Kevin McCasland, 
and Rob Patterson, who are there 
having fun. Candance Cherry is the 
disc jockey. She always finds time to 
play Kelley Finley's record since 



Kelley is out on tour with Jimmy 
Buffet and can't play live. Helping 
Kelley out while she is on tour are 
Laurie Hedtler, Scarlet Doyle, and Ann 
Andrews. While on tour, they keep 
busy by going sight-seeing. They 
recently went to a restaurant owned by 
Mike Bliss and Bruce Buchanan in 
Italy. There, they ran into Stacey 
Clarke, who was working for the 
famous photographer Leah Johnson. 
They all decided to take a tour of 
Rome, and surprisingly, Jen Ritchie 
turned out to be the tour guide. She 
showed them the home of Jen Farling, 
the pasta magnate, and the home of 
Heather Gallagher. At Heather's house, 
there was a large party, so they all 
decided to stop over. Joe Natoli, Jim 
Passanisi, and Stephanie Inman were 
all trying to learn Italian from Charlie 
Davis. Jason Marino was trying to see 
how much pasta he could eat, while 
Deborah Conforto and Rachel 
Bettencourt were tasting all of the fine 
wines in the cellar. Joe Lawrence was 
out in the driveway trying to start his 
brand new Italian sportscar. 

Brian Eppley, Becky Andrews, and 
Greg Foster are training to be the next 
Olympic bobsledders. Wade Kammerer 
has entered the wrestling ring as the 
new Ultimate Warrior. Brian Wason 
was last seen scalping Red Sox tickets 
at Fenway Park. Chris Garrity is 
spending all of his time playing golf 
and tennis. Kerri Stafford is still 
driving around with a revoked license. 
Brad Hunsaker and Shad Vick can be 
found out west doing nothing. Chris 
Conklin is wandering lost somewhere 
in the desert. Tara Sumner and Donna 



Wagner now own a professional 
hockey team in Colorado. Don't ask 
me how they did it, but Shawn 
Dearden and Brian Olson are making 
lots of money. Helena Norian is still 
driving really fast to nowhere. 
Hopefully, she'll land up at Thierry 
Lemmers' birthday party. Eric Dupree, 
Nancy Giovanoni, Gabe Wolloff, 
Cynthia Hoyle and Lila Swenson are 
among the lucky people to be happily 
married. We would like to ask you to 
keep your eyes open for Ryan Hazel, 
Anthony Longabard, and Tom Phelan, 
who have disappeared since 
graduation. 

Sincerely, 
Greg Foster 
and 
Bonnie 
MacDonald 



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Sharalyn Andrews: 5 years to Evan, more to Matt, make a difference! L.L. a 
horse. 

Emilly Antonellis: 1 more to EA; TD a day off; MW a barette & no more 
worries; VK an everlasting party- 
Jeff Asci: Maureen W. two more years. Mr. Riley my thanks. 
Jamie Barretter PG a TV Guide, SB tons of dates; DE a real car: MC no 
accidents; DH 10G hurdles; AS whatever he doesn't already have; takes 
NL w/me. 

Steve Bencivenga: JB Emerson, TB, JC, JW, GP 1 excellent year, DV my 
attitude. 

Jana Berman: 3 more years to Sandy, 2 years for Jon and locker to some 
useless freshman. 

Jason Bishop: LD all the M.G.D. he can drink, SR all the Buffet he can listen 
to. 

Jeffry Bishop: Nothing! I am taking everything with me. 
Heather Blood: Much barbeque wealth to Mike in the ghetto. ? years of heck 
to Kerri. Many more science Sinsemilla sessions to Marci & Mel. 
Sandy Bontemps: Fries, froyo, a pool game, and hair dye to KW; a dance, a 
shower, and OMKWABH to AL; many stress free days to ML, MZ; Shaw 
cabin to KW, JP, TU, AL; 7 more years to DB; all my love and luck to my 
buds. 

Charles Booth: Leaves homeroom 219 to all the freshmen with Mr. B & Blue 
Languace to room 219. 

Sarah Braga: Maryann the mail box and my brown belt; the CC team coach 
ZC's breathing exercises; AB my smelly running sneakers; SH a candy 
necklace; PD hair mouse; DE a MEOW. 

Danielle Brown: 1 year of great fun at K P. to Natasha; 3 years to Melissa; 
Double sessions and the 2-miles to the field hockey team; Good luck to 
Ann-Marie, Tara, Maria, Stefani with your future — I luv U all! "The Diet" to 
Rachel, Jessie & Sarah. 

Melissa Bryant: EH two more years of long trechorous walks to the bus stop 
and JR one more year of "GEEK." 
Julie Carlson: Jen .50 cents. CC one more year. 
Amy Carroll: all my shoes to a third world country, my applesauce to SB, 
KW, TS, and 4 great years of high school to Talbot. 
Christina Casiano: Sr. Yr. to Curty, JW's at Sean's door, 2 to copy, and a 
happy medium to all. 
Candace A. Cherry: to succeed. 

Stefani Clark: JC 1yr of Sp alone; TB only Vfc the stops; DE flournts, diaper 
+ 1yr 2 B PMS DEVILB; SH new belt + retainer 2 fix his IWTGH teeth; 
AB PAL mems + 1yr 2 go; MC language she devlped 2 pass on; CC an 
earlobe 2 nibble on, silk undies, 365 notes I LUV U!; KF "Did I tell U, U 
had and excellent game?" 
Debbie Conforto: I leave my car to Ann Andrews. 

Steve Conlin: Hopes of a sucessful season to Griffy, Pete, Ryan, Matt, and 
Diego. 

John Conley: JM, BM, CD, A Tin. NC 3 Years, The football team to Rk, JW, 
JC. K.P. KH, CC 1 more year Ha, Ha. #75 to a stud. 
Jimmy Connell: I leave 3 years to Jamie. 
Rick Copeland: Nothing. I'm taking it all with me. 
Sean Cowley: A big yellow bus to Jason H., 6 more years for Jennifer to 
follow my footsteps. 

Darren Daley: Stormin and Beaver the DEITA, Storman and Lizard in Papa 
Gino's with bed sheets. 

Shawn Dearden: I leave Eric 2 more years in this Hole. Mimi 1 more year in 
this hole. Dan three more years in this hole. Thankfully leave all my books 
in a locker somewhere. I leave grinkle all the lower class men to do with as 
he pleases. 

Joe Destefano: JC, DB, CM, RU 1 more year of KP football and RK, JP mat 
burns from wrestling. 

Marc Devereaux: The wagon to LD, ED, LD, AB, #12 to ED, 5 AM practices 
to EB, ED, BM, clothes to LT, AG a cig to teach me how to use, BA our 
parent talks + A bad attitude, and JM, BE the medicine excuse! 
Michelle Doane: Leaves EL the best year (etc.) of my life. I love you, EL! 
DW the Cape and the summer of 89. The Freshmen gym class Cheerio 
Man. The Girls' Track team great memories and many great years to come. 
The Girls CC team "horrid" hill workouts and great memories. KJ the pigs 
that bark at the moon or whatever the heck it is. The Boys CC team the 
best of luck. Believe in yourself! I will miss you ALL! It has been an 
incredible experience! Good luck everyone!! 

Tim Doire: I do hereby leave a juggling club to "club", a few more years to 
some of my friends, a battered Hitchiker's Guide to the RPG Club, torment 
to others, Grinkle, and the glorious expression "DON'T PANIC" to all. 
Tami Dooley: MH — an unmatched wardrobe, P.P.D., 1 more great year. 
NC-3 "free years". Webbdog-5th per. "90" 
Scott Down: Jason D. another long 3 years & hopefully a car, JJ a 
"misquitoe" that kills him JH a senior blackbelt & good luck his senior year, 
All my friends — good luck in the future. 

Jen Draheim: JF a "happy message", an exploding selter, and the "U2 
paper"; MM a clue; TF and KC an awesome year; JR and LP 3 more years 
of Cheering; and the freshmen gym class with memories of Cheerio Man. 
Angelica Duczakowski: Girls x-country the league championship and many 
wonderful memories. JD many years of a great friendship, lots of 
memorable times, a seat behind me in homeroom, and the empty WC in 



my closet. AB a ride to school when her car doesn't work. BH a black 

jacket in my trunk. MC thoughts of feeling good and a place in the 4x400. 

DN a scream and maturity. SV me clinching onto you and stepping on a kid 

at the Spook Trail. Boys x-country team and all my friends, everything they 

deserve and the best of luck. 

Jen Dumont: MR, MC, MH, KM 1 awesome year, 3 more 2 SR a SXDRM 2 

WK, Ch2 balls 2 SB & TD. 

Becky Dunbar: Leo a cheeseburger, 2.56, BS, a tent, condo the 8 of hearts, 

8-27-91, Mikey a gross face, 10 of hearts, Mac & Cheese and BS JE 2 

years. Droopy 50 cents, a bed, byb, the old maid & PBJ's. Vicki was at 

4:00 a.m. a normal horse, and JD, AN a bottle of Loreal. Don a hole in the 

head, Taco Bell ED 5 more years. 

Chris Dunfey: D. Dunfey and friends 3 more yrs. of HS. RD and the Juniors 

a great senior yr. KH with a big smile. 

Eric Dupree: MY LUCK — In my Junior year I somehow seemed to have 10 

girlfriends, talk about luck. 

Michelle Durrick: Thanks to all my friends for making the years here fun, 

especially Plucky. Mom, Dad, Sheri, Frankie, & Ian thanks for believing in 

me. 1 more year to OC & MB. Olivia and Cindy never forget Kristen & 

eteault (I won't). 

Brian Eppley: Griff 1 more year of dogging stay with your man. McKeon a 

lady with a two foot salami in one hand and a six-pack in the other. Kristen 

a picture that will haunt us forever. Lori $50 for an extra driving lesson with 

Mr. Toll. Dianne a potholder with chickens on it. Chrissy an affair with me. 

Jennifer Farling: Jen: an endless supply of wipy things, a coke at 

Applebees, Myriah: The painting of John Brown and FCWJ! Linda and 

Angela: a great 2 and 3 more years — see you in Disney world in '95! 

Scott Fasulo: 2 more years of KP to KH, Good luck. 

Courtney Finley: Sarah — the open wound (it was fun while it lasted), and to 

find a true boyfriend during your schooling years. Good Luck next year! 

Kristen — my art and b-ball skills, and to have a boyfriend her own age and 

her own town. Jessie — a dozen roses from SB. Class of 92 the best of 

luck through college and life. Thanks for all the fun times during HS. 

Kelley Finley: Good luck in your senior year — Jason & Justin. 

Liz Flannery: Sinsemilla to Melissa and 3 more years of running and 

screaming to Joe. 

Doug Ford: Tammy and Karen my insurance bill. 

Greg Foster: Chrissy a seat in the Malibu. Football team another year of DS. 

Coach Schmidt with the hair club for men. Diane the truth about CS and 

BE. 

Ann-Marie Frechette: TS — Breakfast in the caf., a guy, and an undented 

car. MM — Fox Guys, A guilty conscience, the NE Fair. DB — McD Runs 

& good S. with TP. NG — a raincoat. CK — A Byer's flight. DC — The 

sum. Before the Ego, M&D 6th pd, and Luck to "92". 

Eric Frizzell: Leaves Elaine a nice pair of shoes. 

Melissa Gallimore: 3 more years to RG, a duck to AG, a weekend in Maine 

to BA, one up to CF, a stop sign to HW, prom memories to BM, 1 2 more 

years to KS, a candy apple to ET, CL in Cape Cod, DD and BE one more 

left at the milk bottle, thanks to BM, the Malibu to anyone who wants it, and 

good luck to the class of '93. 

Mike Gamble: Leaves JC two years tuition at the Hair Club for Men. 

Chris Garrity: Exhaust filled rides in the MG to BG. A nice seat for the 

games to PD. A killer tennis match to MM & DG. 

Nancy Giovanoni: I leave Ellen R. two more years of KP. 

Sarah Grich: All the half cigarettes, Demerits and Breakfasts to Chris 

Castello. And and Other "Bathroom" Rats. 

Alison Paige Grote: DD, BA, MG, DF A quiet beach. BM more dirt, 10 of us 

more years, DD a ride home, EH & BB the guys they deserve, CM & DB a 

night with c92, a quiet ride home to DF from DF's, Marc endless heartfelt 

apologies. 

Ron Groves: To all freshmen including my sister, I leave 3 years of torture in 

this school. 

Kenny Guay: I leave Luke Downhill to protect my sister against Ian Lemmay. 

John Gugliotta: RH many good times her senior year. KG many detentions. 

1 st place talent show champs to whomever. 

Michael Hagerty: To some unknown junior: I leave an AT on Mrs. Casper's 

Mid-year (yeah right!) Other than that, I leave nothing; I came with it and I'll 

leave with it. So there. 

Lori Hanssen: 5 great years to Brian, a lot of memories to KS, and a sad 

goodbye to all my friends. 

Ryan Hazel: All my love and luck to JD. 

Cynthia Hoyle: One more year for Jimmy-Bob and Chikita and all in "the 

Room". 

Brad Hunsaker: TD, HB, SV, AD, MB, TB, SB, LL, SC, and SP smiles and 

memories. DH and MJ to find rides in the morning. SV driving to early 

morning Sem. Whitney 2 more years. 

Jeff Janes: 1 yr CH, B #1, B #2, Jar of pickles to TF. 

Kristin Johnson: Leaves Laura a ride to Connecticut, Sharon a Fajita, Tanya 

and Michelle Ren and Stimpy, Lincoln Mall to Stacy, and good luck to Matt. 

Wade Kammmerer: A tickle to Lorena, extra seat belts to Sarah, a dream for 

Jen, a dot for Grape-Ape's head, Elisa some fries, tennis rackets and mint 

shake to Mike, and for Tami — 20 years of my life. Memories of Denny's 

party to Martha. 

Joey Keller: To KK I leave memories of me and I will support you through 




whatever comes your way. 

Vicki Kudirka: CC a diploma. Mr. Webb all the Green Paint in the world. The 

best of luck Julie and Kelley. 

Carolyn Lamothe: JA my math skills, CS a clump of clay, Cheri a big hug — 

I love you, Mel the book of love, Jen my advice anytime you need it. My 

twin & AB my playing time on FH, The gang good luck & good parties. 

Gene Langlais: RPG club to Dennis, "Smiley" DM's Apprectice Ben 

Williams; His nickname to Ford prefect; A shrubbery to the class o' 93; 

Grinkle to everyone. 

Tierry Lemmers: I'll leave (here ya go — Amy, Jeff, Keith & the rest of thy 

junior History Class) the nicest memory of a certain Dutch Exchange 

Student to the aforementioned class. 

Lorena Levesque: I leave a one way ticket to England for HN, a contract to 

SA, a big smile to LC, an apology to Joe D, To WK an OK, Thank you from 

SA and a private phone line for my brother. 

Anthony Longabard: My name on one of the ginders in the new gym. 

Darin MacEachern: Mike Jones 1 yr., JL a steak sub, MT lots of friendship, 

and all a ticket to my boat, JM a Jimmy Buffet Tape. 

Bonnie MacDonald: To cheese a block of swiss and a bathing suit for 

Johnny's pool. To Sara a bottle of Pepto. To Jongo (Jess) a couple sweet 

hand movements. To Ali some sand in her suit. To Mike a wide assortment 

at Wooshkas for the road. For the ten, a Little Jack and Diane. 

Jen MacRae: Leaves CC a Cheeseburger, a tent, acondo, insect repellent 

and one more year at the glorious school of KP. Leaves BD a drivers 

lisence. Laurieann an engagement ring from Sean. 

Terri Marshall: To Christian I leave all my love, to Shawn S. I leave 

happiness and success, to JW sympathy for who her brother is, and to all 

undergrads I leave all the tomorrows and the dreams that come with them. 

Myriah Martucci: Dance to AB, JM, JW. TF 1 more yr. of being obonxious. 

JD a James Dean tape. MP many more "decisions ". JF a memory of US 

History. Joe m5k. 

Barri McCarthy: A road map to HW, breakfasts to SA, JD, all the answers to 

AG, & a blue beanie to KS 

Melissa McCormick: Jenn R. — 1 more year of KP and a lifetime at Chuck 

E. Cheese. Rob W. Michelle P. — a little black book, and a clue. Zeppy — 
Eternal happiness. Chrissy Z. — "The Bears!" Rob P. — a big hug! Jason 
M. — a tootsie pop! 

Maria Menyo: AM a beak & an FHS stud, Tara badluck allnighters neutrals 

& husband, Doug a glowworm, Leah M 5 yrs., NG gossip, Chris K and MZ, 

VB, & U, Tava a license & DW, DJ his cuteness, MP trouble & MA, Dave 

& Charlie a massage, luck to DB, JM, LL, MM, MW, HB, TD. 

Alison Moore: Good luck to all the blonds!!! GL to Alex. 

Jason Morganelli: Leaves KH a Malibu, Brady my spot on Hands Team, All 

the Devereaux's endless more years of school, CS the truth, Katie a 

home-cooked meal and all my love. 

Helena Norian: To LL the Preferred Stock Guy, To MN my tapes, To JL an 

eternal inner Sanctome, Brenda O. a can of sticky string, my horse to FG 

and to BO — Fur Elise. 

Mike Olivia: To the future students of KP., A school filled with many great 

memories and experiences. 

Brian Olson: I leave my absence. 

Carl Olson: Leaves all his stupid jokes to Mr. Cormier. 

Brenda Operach: I leave all the undergrad soccer players more years of 

double sessions, SB a seat on the bus, & Wags a CVS run. HN a few 

bucks for gas, that's a little over due. 

Maurice Ouimet: A side of beef. 

Stephen Parastatetes: CL & SB an exhilerating discussion about art. DG fun 

with Rob. NP a good band. BW skate stuff. AL & KW rides to school 

without me. The lunchtable, the absence of my towering presence. MB, BS, 

NF hugs. To all whose been touched by my presence, I leave my presence. 

And Good Luck to RP — I'll see you on the other side! 

Stacey Peloquin: One more year to Ad, JR. Plus the keys to my "jeep" and 

the mem. of TG's with AD, to AD. 

Tom Phelan: To the new freshmen a locker, to Grinkle a grease spell, to 

Mike a juggling club. 

Tim Pike: Leaves 1 more lousy year to Tami and the Class of "93", Also 

Amy a cold glass of water while sleeping. 

Matthew Picanso: I leave 1 more year to Amy S and Rich M and 1 messy 

locker. 

Dana Pisani: Leaves his world known legend. 

Sean Pollock: MZ — a Q13; MAC — loud scream down echoing halls; DH 

— sumgum; wiseman manners; CL a wig for later; DED — something to 
help wth her diet 7-up addiction; SBW & BSO — the lady at Cumby's; MB 

— turtle bug; MLE — nothing, you've got it all. 

Michelle Power: Tara S — a boyfriend Maria M. — a conscience, Theresa 

F. — a life & Agnes cable, Myriah M. — a brain and my ham and cheese 
sandwiches, Nancy G & Melissa M. — a clue, a big roll of dental floss, a 
license, Joe N. — some shoulder pads and the whole KP football team & 
all my love, Bob W. — T-shirts, and cammy white, John H. — Brian M. & 
lots of luck, Brian M. my shoes, my books, & my temper. 

Charlie Pyne: The freshmen 4 years of total boredom. 
Scott Race: MM and AE a good senior year, and to Chris a new nickname. 
Liza Regina: I leave Natasha 1 more fun year at KP. I hope you survive! 
Luv ya! 



Jason Richardson: Cheri & Phil a great senior year. Another year of double 

session ot the Jrs. Mike and Joe your own ride to school. 

Carl Robituille: Madison St. to BR, 4 more years to ER. 

Philip Rogaris: All the good times I ever had in high school. 

Kimberly Schaier: My wardrobe to KM. All those unanswered ?'s to JW. 

Lori Shanks: I leave Tara Moore all the demerites she can get. 

Brice Shepardson: Leaves Paddy all of my love! Adam 3 more years of hard 

labor. Good luck you two! 

Frank Sorrento: To freshmen, a life. To sophomores, a clue. 

Kerri Stafford: Joey & Amy 4, Jesse 3, and John 2 more great years. BA a 

gallon of milk. CF my advice & a huge hug for all of hers. HW embarrased 

by my laugh. JM a super plus and BE whatever it takes to convince him 

that I didn't break the darn table. 

Tara Sumner: MM — the wall in Narragansett, The big wave, A couple of car 

accidents, BM's I'm not ... , Foxboro guys, A walk to school, All the great 

talks, sneakouts. AMF — guys, McDonalds, my clothes, a brain. DB — 

Trevor, n.g., A haircut. MP — All the good times. KL — hockey, the 

Lafayette House, lots of great memories. DJ — his cuteness, & a fight. DT 

Mrs. SB's sophomore class, the last laugh. Good luck to the class of 92! 

Sharon Sundberg: MD — fudge & pickles & the saxes. MT — dog biscuits & 

love. BM — mentos and a big pinch. TC — edible underwear & a 

"booberschmucky". MH and DD — a kiss. AL — chocolate chips for her 

delicious cookies. RS — a "Jerrrrrome". CK — a "Philipppppe". FS — pers. 

ES — 2 more years, KJ — lyrics to HHCA, gas & EJ. MD — a wink. JM — 

forgiveness. JL — my headband & good luck. 

Magdalena Suszycka: My English-Polish Dictionary. 

Lila Swenson: I leave Aaron me, Brithy me, and I leave Elke and Paul in a 

school I know they love and a good bye! 

Doug Terpstra: Another fun filled year to AL and ZB. 

Brian Thomas: RH, SL, "He Hio in a Tooolsheo ". All my love to SL. 

Matt Tibbetts: Leaves one more year to the Jones man, and Michelle R. and 

two more years to Tammy and Amy (champion). I love ya guys. 

Dave Toubeau: A seat on the bus for EH and AK, the biggest party in the 

world for all sophomores (BB!, EH, AK-especially). 

Erin Turner: 2 more great years to Brad; Best of luck to the field hockey 

team; I'll miss you KP! 

Laurie Ann Villano: Leaves Christine Costello 1 more great year! 

Donna Wagner: To MD I leave a brand new row boat with golden oars. To 

Bren I leave a box of 3's. To Taylor I leave my six snowflake children, who 

are still attached at the head, I also leave her my dog who is running naked 

through my front lawn. To CJ I leave 2 more years of joy at KP. To EL & 

JO I leave the best of luck and 2 more years. To HB I leave her the power 

to keep running. I leave "Bremy-Wags" locker to anyone who can handle 

the vastness. To Kelley I leave 1 yr. in Jr. High and 4 yrs. in KP, To JD I 

leave the legend of Donald Duck. Good luck class of '92. 

Sean Walsh: to DN and BW a fresh bag of corn chips, and an early x-mas 

to the Art History table. 

Brian Wason: A deck of cards to JO 

Helen Whitbread: 3 yrs to MW, the best field hockey eight line to AC, AB, 

KF, LM, a Beach-Creek to anyone who wants it! Good luck and best 

wishes to the class of 1992! 

Bob White: Joe N — Full tank of gas to cruz, Tanya M — My pocket, 

Melissa M, Kristen C — a lap to sit on, Michelle P — a punching bag. Tara 

S — a good back rub, Kristei K — a phone call, John W — cashier manual, 

Jim P — A blue Eagle Premere, Kevin M — A slap from Mel. 

Michelle Weaver: My locker to a freshman who doesn't realize all the 

memories it has over the past 4 years. Soccer team lots of fun & sprints. 

Tami — an extra 5 hrs. in her day. Jeb- an alarm clock. Michelle Z a new 

job & more fun times & happiness to my friends. 

Gabe Wollof: 1 lasts year to Kate, Jeannie. Jeremy Udden to fend for 

himself, and lots of fun for everyone. 

Rob Young: Leaves my brother 3 years and the annoying JH. 

Michelle Zassenhaus: ML — my collection of whips, handcuffs, red 

nailpolish, MS — the agony of life, strength to get through it & 1 more yr. 

KW — talent of unorthodox pool, SP — nothing, it was simplified, to the 

tennis team — many years of steel wool. 



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On November 9, 1991, the King Philip Warriors hosted the 
Sharron Eagles in the annual Homecoming game. King Philip 
prevailed with a 55-0 score. Lorena Levesque served as 
queen with the beautiful court of LaurieAnn Villano and Missy 
Gallimore. The Senior class won with their float which was 
featured in the Homecoming Parade. The Freshman class 
pulled off a victory in Spirit Week over the close behind Sen- 
iors. 





Cheering on K.P. G. Peckham, J. Arsenault 



The MiCHTY WAtttoM 
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Dancing her heart away. K. Wicklund 





Enjoying the freshman class spirit D. Dunfey, D. 
Cleveland 





"I feel like my cheeks are going to explode!" A. 
Whelton 



Katie Palos, Ann Grady 



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T. Holbrook, T. Forrest, J. Destefano, J. Caiazza, S. Lisauskas, B. Thomas, C. Malagrida, M. Rogers, T. 
Lindmark and escort. 



"Mom, can I go now?' 



Dena Hatch, Olivia Cahill, Michelle Robinson, Karyn Bremilst, Justin 
Sheperd, Craig Hurder. 





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On the night of March 8, 1 991 , the Freshman/Sophomore Semi- 
Formal took place at Theodore's Landing in Plainville. The 
theme was "Open Arms". The presiding queen was Sarah 
Lisauskas, and her court was Tara Forrest, Jen Caiazza, 
Chrissy Malagrida, and Tyler Lindmark. 







R. Harris and S. Lisauskas 
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On November 28, 1991, Thanksgiving Day, the K.P. 
Warriors battled their arch rival the Franklin Panthers. The 
battle took place on Franklin turf with our Warriors coming 
out victorious with a triumphant win of 14-9. Representing 
the K.P. court was Lorena Levesque, Bonnie MacDonald, 
Laurieann Villano 



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Taxco, Mexico 




Does anyone know the way home? Craig Weiss, Ali- 
son Moore, Joe Nataoi, Mr. Ingles 





L-R Top — L. Hanssen, S. Conlin, Tour Gi 
L-R Mid — Mr. Ingles, H. Hadfield, A. Ca 
Mrs. Palos. L-R Bottom — C. Olson, C. Ga 
E. Turner, J. Palos 



Too hot to handle! Mr. Ingle 



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From April 1 3th til April 23rd, 1 991 , fourteen King Philip students 
plus two chaperones traveled to Mexico on EF Educational 
Tours. Throughout the eleven days in Mexico they covered three 
cities including Acapulco, Taxco, and Mexico City. They wit- 
nessed cultural and economic differences. The students had a 
wonderful time and an unforgettable experience. One I'm sure 
they will never forget. 



Outskirts of Mexico City, Mexico 





Ice would be nice about now! Erin Turner, 
Jen Palos 







(LtoR Top ) J. Lewicki, C. Cleveland, J. Bishop (middle) M. Snell, 
S. Bencivenga, S. O'Leary, J. McGloin, R. Young, R. Goodwin 



"I feel pretty, oh so pretty . . . " B. 
Thomas 




(LtoR back) T. Sutcliffe, H. Whitbread, L. Flannery, M. Doane, (front) K. 
Stafford, N. Giovanoni, S. Andrews. 




"Who do you think is cuter?" B. Thomas, K. 
McCasland 



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"Does it go left then right or right then left?" N. Giova- 
noni, C. Dunfey 




'What talent!" M. Weaver, B. Operach 





"I thought this was a party?" A. Barclay, L. Lyons, L. Levesque, B. Dunbar, K. Schaier, 
H. Blood, B. Andrews, J. MacRae, C. Cataldo, T. Sutcliffe, M. Doane 



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Aren't we proud of Chris?" C. Casiano, B. Thomas, C. Dunfey 




"Adorable, aren't we?" B. McCarthy, K. Schaier 




"I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and 
dog-gone-it people like me!" M. Devereaux 




What mischief could we possible get into?" J. Sloper, T. Pike 



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Sweet Serene L. Levesque, H. Norian 





To all my fans . . . B. MacDonald 



"We landed ... but where are we?" T. Holmes, D. Daley, J. Richard- 
son, C. Dunfey, J. Morganelli, G. Foster, J. Gugliotta 



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— On Wednesday, August 21, the leaders of the coup were reported to have fled Moscow. Tanks and armorw 
personnel carriers moved away from Russian Parliament and leaders of the national legislature demanded that Gorba- 
chev be returned to power. The Communist Party denounced the takeover. 





As the school year began, Guns N' Roses' new album, "Use 
Your Illusion," hit the stores. The two-album set sold a million in 
no time. It was the group's first album in three years and, from 
what the critics said, it was worth waiting for. It hit the top of the 
charts the first week out. 



As the school year began in September, 1 991 Presk 
George Bush was trying to get his nominees to the! 
preme Court (Clarence Thomas) and the Central Intel 
gence Agency (Robert Gates) successfully through** 
confirmation process. But two of his major tasks weff 
peace in the Middle East and a lingering recession £ 
home in the United States. And with a presidential elec 
tion around the corner, the president was puttin; 
together his re-election team. 



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" esident Bush nominated Clarence Thomas, a 43-year-old conservative Republican, to replace the retiring 
;' stice Thurgood Marshall on the Supreme Court. Nearly three months later he was confirmed by the U.S. 
nate by a vote of 52-48. But, it was a tumultuous confirmation process. After a series of public hearings, the 
nate Judiciary Committee split 7-7 on his nomination. Just days before the full Senate was to vote, some 
rious allegations of sexual harassment were raised: Professor Anita F. Hill, a 35-year old law professor 
m the University of Oklahoma and former assistant for Thomas at the E. E.O.C., claimed she was the victim 
sexual harassment while the two worked together about 10 years earlier. 




uring the war in Iraq, Saddam Hussein's forces ignited hundreds of oil wells in 
uwait. Smoke belched from the torched wells for many months afterwards. Satel- 
e photos showed a black-grey plume swept south from Kuwait as far south as the 
rabian Sea — equal to the distance from Manhattan to the tip of Florida. 



Michael Jordan flew through the air with the greatest 
of ease. The 28-year-old basketball star of the 
Chicago Bulls lead his team to the NBA champion- 
ship in 1 991 . In this photo he drives up the lane for a 
finger roll lay-up during a game with the Houston 
Rockets. 





The coup in the Soviet Union began on August 19, 1991. An eight-man 
committee led by Vice President Gennady Yanayev took power from Pres- 
ident Mikhail S. Gorbachev. Yanayev said Gorbachev was ill. As Russian 
President Boris Yeltsin called on Russians to resist the coup, tanks and 
other military gear moved into Moscow. 



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The coup in the Soviet Union began on August 19, 
1 991 . An eight-man committee led by Vice President 
Gennady Yanayev took power from President 
Mikhail S. Gorbachev. Yanayev said Gorbachev 
was ill. As Russian President Boris Yeltsin called on 
Russians to resist the coup, tanks and other military 
gear moved into Moscow. 



Tens of thousands of Iraqis were killed by the United 
States and its allies after Saddam Hussein invaded 
Kuwait. Hussein's soldiers retreated from Kuwait, 
leaving the country in shambles, but the Iraqi leader 
remained in power. 



Paula Abdul has been all over the charts in reca 
years. The former Los Angeles Lakers cheerleaa 
hit the top of the charts with her latest albur 
"Spellbound." Shown in this photo, the sing* 
choreographer performs at the MTV award extrjf 
aganza. 




He isn't a big guy and he doesn't have a big voice, just a light, floating tenor. In an 
age of punk, heavy metal and robo-rock, Paul Simon sings harmonically and 
rhythmically rich melodies. The 49-year-old Simon and a 1 7-piece band drawn 
from five nations stepped on stage in Central Park in New York City for a concert. 



One of the many rallying points for international environmentalists was tr 
Brazilian rain forest. Thousands of square miles of forest were being cut dow 
and environmentalists from around the world petitioned governments, he 
rallies and led marches to stop the devastation. 



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Jeremy Lovely, Ann Grady, Kristen Hasenfus, Mark Rogers 




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Branstrom, Kurt A. 

Bremilst, Karyn 

Buchanan, Martha 



Arsenault, Jesine 
Bauer, Jennifer 
Bautz, Donald 
Bencivenga, Tina M. 
Bergman, Richard 





Carlson, Kirsten 

Carter, Colleen 

Castelo, Christine 

Chandler, Kerri 

Clinton, Tami 










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Cahill, Olivia 
Caiazza, Jennine 
Cameron, Jeremy 
Canelli, Jill 
Carey, Joseph 




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Clutterbuck, Todd 

Coburn, Richard Jeff 

Cook, Katie 




Devereaux, Leigh 
Didomenico, Melana 
Digris, Dianne 
Dillon, Sean 
Dimartino, Christine 



Doane, Jeffrey 
Downhill, Lucas 
Dynan, Jeffrey 
Elliott, Alexander 
Ellis, Melody 



Emmott, Heather 
Evans, Amy 
Farwell, Karen 
Finley, Jason 
Finley, Justin 



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Flatley, Kathleen J. 
Fluckiger, Marcy 
Fumarola, Theresa 




Gorman, Michael 

Gould, Rita 

Grady, Ann 

Grant, Deri 

Griffin, Michael 



Griswold, Patricia 

Gugliotta, Kimberly E. 

Hankey, Andrea 

Hanson, Malissa 

Harcovitz, John 



Harris, Rachel 

Hasenfus, Kristen 

Hatch, Dena 

Healey, Julie 

Healy, Seth 



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Heiselmeyer, Jason 

Hennessey, Melissa 

Hoffenberg, Jason 

Holbrook, Todd 

Holster, Keith 




Krajewski, Patricia 
Kreis, Richard 
Labonte, Christina 
Laverty, Stephen 
Lavoie, Michelle 



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Lazzara, Neva 
Lehan, Amy 
Lester, Colleen 
Levesque, Amy 
Lewicki, Michael 




McKeon, Christopher 

McNeil, Richard 

Medeiros, Tanya 

Mollica, Christopher 

Monbouquette, J. 



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Moore, Cassandra 

Moore, Christine 

Moore, Tara 



Morris, Jonathan 

Moses, Helena 

Mullen, Margaret 




O'Brien, Patricia 
Page, Jeanne 
Palos, Kathryn 
Parastatides, Ricki 
Pearson, Clay 



Peckham, Eugene 
Peterson, Eric 
Petrie, Natasha 
Pfuhl, Shannon 
Pike, Tammy 






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Plumer, Patricia A, 
Poletto, Joseph 
Pond, Jeffrey 
Powers, Shawn 
Putt, David 



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Richard, Christian 
Richardson, Cheri 
Rinaldi, Steven 




Robinson, Craig 
Robinson, Mathew 
Robinson, Michelle 



Rockenstein, John 

Roderick, Jessica 

Rogers, Mark 

Ross, Jennifer 

Ruf, Collette 



Rumley, Robert 

Schafer, John 

Schold, Ross 

Schweitzer, Jeffrey 

Shepherd, Justin C. 



Snedaker, Amy 
Snow, Colleen 

Soloway, Laura 

Spoor, Paul 

Stanfield, Julie 




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Simmons, John 


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Singersen, William G. 






Slamin, Jessica 






Slobogan, Matthew 






Sloper, James 


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Strom, Christina 

Studley, Matthew 

Sumner, Jason 

Tasker, Lori 

Teixeira, Michelle 




Willey, Nicole 

Williams, Jessica 

Wolloff, Kate 

Wright, Michele 



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Mr. Finase — Advisor, Annie Kledzik — Treasurer, Karen Constantine — Vice President, Amy 
Bergstrom — Secretary, Tami Payne — President 




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Alsworth, Todd 
Antonellis, Elaine 
Antonellis, Michael 
Barney, Mark 
Barry, Elizabeth 




Boyce, John F. 

Breitenbach, C. 

Brewer, Jessica 

Bristol, Kimberly 

Brown, Heather Marie 



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Buckley, Linda 
Buckley, Melissa 
Candela, Jeffrey 



Carew, Steven 

Carroll, Vanessa 

Coates, Jonathan 




Copeland, Nancy 
Corbett, Jessica 
Cornell, Jeffrey 
Coulsey, Cory 
Craig, Eugene 



Dacko, Jacqueline 
Dearden, Eric 
Debriae, Tina 
Deckard, Christina 
Delehanty, Jill 



Deschamps, Diana 
Desjardins, Gregg 
Devereaux, Erik 
Droste, Brian 
Drowne, Emily 



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Dunwoody, Deirdre 
Durette, Steven 
Emmott, Melissa 




Hall, Kristin 

Hayes, Kevin 

Hedtler, Jennifer 

Hegarty, Sean 

Herlin, Kevin 



Hildreth, Daniel 

Houle, Stacie 

Hunsaker, Whitney 

Hunter, Michelle 

Hurder, Elisa 



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Hurney, Erin 

Iswanto, Herman 

Johnson, Courtney 

Johnson, Matthew 

Johnson, Nicole 




LaCourse, Christine 
Lambley, Adiesorn 
Landry, Denise 
Lawn, Amanda 
Leary, Sean 



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LeFebvre, Eric 
Lemay, Ian 
Lennihan, Jeannine 
Lindmark, Tyler 
Lizotte, Nicole 




Nicodemus, Wendy 

O'Brien, Chad 

O'Brien, Kelly 

Oles, John 



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Oliva, Lisa 

Pandey, Rajesh 

Pantazi, Nicholas 



Pappas, Charles 

Pappas, Stephen 

Parsons, Nancy 









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Patel, Ankur 
Paul, Eric 
Pavao, Scott 
Payne, Brian 
Payne, Tamara 



Peavey, Michael 
Pechavar, Dennis 
Pennini, Joseph 
Polechronis, John 
Poletto, Christina 



Poletto, Michael 
Pope, Alison 
Powers, Elisabeth 
Roach, Ellen 
Roche, Carrie 



Rousseau, Brian 
Rousseau, David 
Rowe, Bradford 
Sacramona, Alexis 
Salamone, Joseph 



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Salvesen, Edward 

Savage, Megan 

Schmidt, Mads 

Shearer, Jessica 

Smith, Kathryn 



Sundberg, Erika 

Swenson, Elke 

Toubeau, Coryn 

Tremblay, Jean-Paul 

Turnbull, Brian 



Vick, Feleciana 

Vincent, Robert 

Vinson, Danielle 

Vito, Anthony 

Volz, Kerrie 



Vrysen, Christopher 

Wagstaff, Maureen 

Ward, Jarrod 

Ward, John 

Wessinger, Alison 



White, Alison 

Wilbanks, Michael 

Willey, Stephen 

Wilmot, Jason 

Wirtz, Jeffrey 



Zahner, John 
Zundell, Christina 




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Tab Howard — President, Debbie Skinner — Vice President, Julie Mure — Secretary, Jaime Allen 
— Treasurer. 




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Abril, Michael 
Allen, Jaime 
Anderson, Christine 
Aniserowicz, Tracy 
Arthurs, Joseph M. 




Calnan, Paul 

Capone, Daniel 

Carlow, Marybeth 

Carlson, Julie 

Carpenter, James 



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Cassidy, Joseph 

Chandler, Christopher 

Cleveland, Debra 




Cleverdon, Kathryn 

Clinton, Bert 

Coates, Jessica 








Collins, Coreen 
Collins, Thomas 
Conley, Nicole 
Conroy, Rachael 
Copeland, Charlene 



Cornell, Jami 
Crawford, Ernest 
Cronin, Sean 
Crowley, Stephen 
Cushman, Andrew 



Czerwien, Melissa 
Depippo, Angela 
Desmeule, Richard 
Devereaux, Loren 
Dolan, Elizabeth 



Down, Jason Kent 
Dunfey, Denise 
Dunne, Brandi 
Ellis, Jeremy 
Eshak, Jackline 



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Evans, Holly 
Ferreira, Jessica 
Field, Jennifer 




Grady, Frances 

Groves, Danielle 

Gulino, John 

Hadfield, Robert 

Hall, Lani 



Hall, Wendy 

Hallett, Jacquelynn 

Hanlon, Christopher 

Hanson, Tammy 

Harper, Brian 



Henderson, Elizabeth 

Hennessey, Vanessa 

Herman, Keith 

Hession, Shawn 

Holster, Kevin 









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Hooley, Shawn 

Horton, Scott 

Hosmer, Eric 

Houde, Justin 

Howard, Joshua 




Levesque, Joseph 
Lockey, Matthew 
Long, Aaron 
Lortie, Janelle 
Lucas, Kelly 



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Lunn, Christopher 
Macaskill, Jenelle 
MacKinnon, Matthew 
MacMurray, Robert 
Magnussen, Nathan 



Maraghy, Kristen 
Marino, Patrick 

Massaro, Robert 

Manila, Katie 

Mattson, Sarah 




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McCasland, Steven 
McCormick, Daniel 
McEvoy, William 




McGrath, Danielle 

McGrath, Jamie 

McGrath, Kimberly 




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Menfi, John 
Miles, Carrie 
Mistier, John 
Mitchell, Jason 
Montanaro, Kim 



Montgomery, Timothy 

Moore, Alexander 

Morris, Melissa 

Morris, Michelle 

Morrissette, Rachel 




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Mucciarone, Victoria 

Mullen, Brian 

Mure, Julie 

Murray, Jason 

Myers, Jesse 




O'Hara, Courtney 
O'Neil, Chadd 
Oatley, Davin 



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Ouimet, James 

Palmer, Joseph 

Pappas, George 

Pare, Laura 

Patel, Ritesh 





Pearson, Vance 
Peters, Edward 
Pond, Stephen 
Rabinovich, Akiva 
Race, Christopher 



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Raymond, David 
Raymond, Julie 
Rice, Rachel 



Richard, Jillian 
Robinson, Deborah 
Roche, Michael 




Soto, Raymond 

Spencer, Mathew 

Springer, Amber 

St. Amand, Jason 

Stone, Jeffrey 



Swanson, Craig 

Sweeney, Roger 

Tamer, Nicole 

Tellum, Tanya 

Thomson, Ivy 



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Topping, Gayle 

Tucker, Kristyn 

Venteroso, Michael 

Verduchi, Cathleen 

Vicini, David 




Wisniewski, Paul 
Young, Christopher 



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Row A: M. Martucci, P. Skinner, E. Kieley, J. Hallett, D. Robinson, K. Constantine, L. McLean, T. 
Caccipaglia, Coach Buffy. Row B: M. Howard, J. Ritchie, B. Dunbar, S. Inman, J. Arsenault. Row C: 
Captains S. Braga, K. Schaier, V. Kudirka. 



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V. Kudirka: bars, vault, beam, and floor; Senior, 
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Seniors Stephanie Inman, Sarah Braga, Jen Ritchie, Vicki Kudirka, Kim Schaier, 
Becky Dunbar. 



It was a great season for the 
91-92 gymnastics team. With 
a record of 12-2, they were 
placed second in their division. 
The team had some tough 
battles this year while break- 
ing school records. We wish 
the gymnastics team the best 
of luck in the years to come. 



K.P. 


116.25 


Attleboro 


112.45 


K.P. 


113.10 


N. Attleboro 


105.75 


K.P. 


115.30 


Sharon 


114.6 


K.P. 


115.30 


Foxboro 


92.7 


K.P. 


118.90 


Canton 


121.8 


K.P. 


120.2 


Stoughton 


101.9 


K.P. 


121.4 


Franklin 


17.1 


K.P. 


120.6 


N. Attieboro 


106.3 


K.P. 


119.6 


Sharon 


117.5 


K.P. 


119.7 


Foxboro 


74.9 


K.P. 


122.75 


Holliston 


115.65 


K.P. 


124.4 


Canton 


126.8 




Just Hangin': 
Captains Sarah 
Braga, Vicki 
Kudirka, and Kim 
Schaier wishing 
good luck to the 
team in upcom- 
ing years. 




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Cross step and fire: that was Greg Foster's theory. Greg was the starting line 
varsity third baseman. He was awarded the All Star title, the defensive, award 
and voted in as a senior captain. 




K.P. 


2 


Medway 


K.P. 


2 


Bellingham 


K.P. 


4 


Stoughton 


K.P. 


4 


Mansfield 


K.P. 


1 


Canton 


K.P. 


6 


Foxboro 


K.P. 


1 


Franklin 


K.P. 


1 


A Attleboro 


K.P. 


6 


Sharon 


K.P. 


1 


Oliver Ames 


K.P. 


7 


Stoughton 


K.P. 


6 


Mansfield 


K.P. 


1 


Canton 


K.P. 


16 


Foxboro 


K.P. 


5 


Franklin 


K.P. 





N Attleboro 


K.P. 


12 


Bellingham 


K.P. 





Oliver Ames 


K.P. 


6 


Sharon 


K.P. 


1 


Medway 




Coach Lombard 



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Chris McKeon: Starting line outfielder as a 
sophomore. 



The first half of the 1991 season was tough, due to 
the lack of team experience. However, with the 
leadership of Greg Foster, Andy Arnold, Brian 
Thomas, Darren Mahoney, and Chris Dunfey, the 
team turned it around and had a productive second 
half of the season. Greg Foster and Andy Arnold 
were both named to the all-star team. The upcoming 
season is a promising one with 8 of 9 starters return- 
ing, including pitcher Brian Thomas who had many 
solid performances this past season. 



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low it right by: that's what Jeremy Cameron, sopho- 
lore starting catcher wanted. 



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Andy Arnold was the senior 
captain for the 1991 varsity 
team, he was their starting 
second baseman, and was 
awarded most valuable 
player. 




ian Thomas played in the outfield as well as 
ving a great season pitching. He was voted 
sung hero, and senior captain. 



Pat Wier was the starting cen- 
ter fielder as a sophomore, and 
receive the school record for no 



errors. 




Coach Caniero, K Holster, G Foster, B Thomas, D Tubou, Coach Lom- 
bard, C Obrien, J Cameron, C Mckeon, A Race, C Richards, D Mahoney, 
P Wier, A Arnold, C Dunfey, S Powers, J Abril 




Coach Danico, J Swietzer, K Kermire, M Rogis, J Kettel, D Garcia, J 
Carey, P Darling, M Keene, M Lewicki, J Summer, J Dynan, B Gallerani, A 
Vitto 




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M Poletto, R Vincent, M O'brien, S Willy, Coach Moran, K Antenitis, M 
Egasti, J Kettel, J Salomone, G Disjardins, S Pavao, B Payne, J Pinini, E 
Lefebvre, K Bourne, P Bourne 



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Kathy Griswold, Carrie Nagle, Kim Hamwey, Jen Macrae, Bonnie MacDonald, Kelly Flynn 





Bonnie Macdonald: As a junior played 
short stop, she was a great asset to 
the team. Bonnie will be a senior cap- 
tain in the upcoming season. 



Donna Wagnor and Brenda Operach with the team mascot 



The 1991 softball team, led by Carrie 
Nagle and Kathy Griswold was 9-9 
overall and 8-8 in the league. This rec- 
ord placed the team fifth in the league 
standings. Seniors, Carrie Nagle and 
Jen Kelien were named Hockomock 
all-stars. The unsung hero was award- 
ed to Kathy Griswold, and the team 
chose Carrie Nagle as MVP. Michelle 
Weaver and Bonnie MacDonald were 
chosen as the captains for the next 
season. Overall the team performed 
well and an even better upcoming sea 
son is expected. BM 



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Michelle Weaver at the plate (Junior, will be 
senior captain in the 1992 season) 



112 




Tricia Krajewski: As a sophomore played starting line varsity as the 
team's first baseman. 




All smiles, Jen Macrae: Played on the 
varsity team as a junior, (position: 
pitcher) 



Cnssie Malagrida: As a sophomore played on 
ne varsity team. Crissie switched between 
tnird base and short right field. 



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H Ostergard, L Morretti, J Macrae, D Wagnor, B Operach, T Krejewski, K 
Palos, C Malagrida, B MacDonald, M Weaver, Coach Hartley, M 
Grezenda, K Hamwey, K Flynn, C Nagle, K Griswold, J Keillen, A Dis- 
jardins. 




Coach Ziggler — Caniero, M Buchanon, A Beebe, K Wallof, K Bremlist, J 
Stanfield, A Levesque, M Howard, A Hankey, M Megna, K Chandlar, C 
Costello, N Thomas, K Constintine, J Escodal, R Gagne. 




T Payne, K Lacourse, K Roche, A Conroy, E Hurder, S Magill, M Hall, S 
Basset, B Kerr, T Lindmark, K Bertelli 



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TENNIS 




Tennis anyone? Maggie Mullen, Sandy Bontemps, Colleen Moore 



Melody Ellis: (Sophomore), always standing behind the scenes, but there to pull 
through when needed. 





If I only had some coordination: Chris Conklin (Junior). 



Kurt Vonheusen: (Junior captain), finishing with a 
10-8 record in singles with 6 three-set losses. 



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/ears open for Coach Goldberg's words of wisdom 




Mgr. T Robinson, Capt. E Garrity, Capt. T Lazay, C Killian, Capt. K Bon- 
heusen, S Conlin, Coach Murray, S Dillan, M Griffin, R Todd, E Peterson, 
M Robinson, C Conklin, J Boyce, K Branstrom, D Vitelli, J Wiertz 




Junior Kerri Stafford fluctuated 
between first and second 
doubles, and had a good sea- 
son with Jill Canelli, (her sopho- 
more partner) 



Coach Goldberg, C Moore, E Herman, J Canelli, M Ellis, S Bontemps, J 
Slamin, A Jones, L Hanssen, J Miluowski, K Hall, H Curtis, J Majewski, M 
Gallimore, E Drowne, K Stafford, S Pfeul, M Mullen, M Zassenhaus, V 
Boyle 



Coach Murray led the boys 
tennis team to a 1 6-2 record. T 
Lazay, K VonHausen, and E 
Todd were the captains. E Pe- 
terson, R Todd, T Lazay, and E 
Todd were Hockomock All Star 
representatives. E Peterson re- 
ceived MVP, and M Griffin un- 
sung hero. KV 
The girls tennis team had a 
tough year struggling to win 
only one match. All the match- 
es were close, and for such a 
young team they hung on well. 
The starting line consisted of 
only 2 seniors, 2 juniors, 3 
sophomores, and 1 freshman. 
Hopefully next year the teams 
determination will shine 
through. Good luck next 
year! MZ 





B/G 




B/G 


K.P. 


5/1 


Millis 


0/4 


K.P. 


4/1 


Stoughton 


1/5 


K.P. 


3/2 


Mansfield 


2/3 


K.P. 


3/1 


Canton 


2/4 


K.P. 


3/0 


Foxboro 


2/5 


K.P. 


4/3 


Franklin 


1/2 


K.P. 


4/1 


N Attleboro 


1/4 


K.P. 


1/0 


Sharon 


4/5 


K.P. 


4/1 


Oliver Ames 


1/4 


K.P. 


5/2 


Millis 


0/3 


K.P. 


5/0 


Stoughton 


0/5 


K.P. 


5/1 


Mansfield 


0/4 


K.P. 


5/0 


Canton 


0/5 


K.P. 


5/0 


Foxboro 


0/5 


K.P. 


4/2 


Franklin 


1/3 


K.P. 


4/0 


N Attleboro 


1/5 


K.P. 


1/0 


Sharon 


4/5 


K.P. 


3/0 


Oliver Ames 


2/5 



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TRACK 




Kim Hamwey, Kelly Flynn and Jeff Doane: cheering from the side- 
lines. 



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Brean McCormik: As a sophomore Brian threw for the weight team 
and was on the sprint team. 








K. Bogardus, J. Sparks, D. Gill, M. Sullivan, S. Kramer, J. Mahoney. K. Rockett, D. Hunneryager, 
J. Canelli, J. Pearson, D. Rowe, D. Collins, M. Robinson, Bill Gibson, C. Hazel, T. Rutherford, B. 
Marchionni, B. Rowe, W. Kammerer, M. Ouimet, K. Kenyon, Brian Gibson, B. Hunsaker, A. 
Schatfer, J. Cornell, M. Crowley, Coach Besaw, A. Longabard, M. Bradey, D. Bautz, J. Lizotte, J. 
Gugliotta, A. Bozza, E. Labaugh, F. Sorrento R. Kries, J. Barret, R. Pandey, S. Deardon, J. Oles, 
Coach Boucher, Coach Daigle. 







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Dan Gill was a senior during the 
1991 season. He was a team cap- 
tain, he threw for the weight team, 
participated in the long jump, ran 
the 50 yard dash, and ran in the 
4x1 . Dan continued on to the state 
competitions. 



Coach Mooney Coach Guthero, W. Nickedemus, A. Sacramona, E. Roache, M. Doane, A. 
Snedaker. O. Cahill, J. Brewer, H. Brown, Coach Bremer, T. Bencivanga, T. Forrest, E. Herney, B. 
Barry, D. Digris, S. Clarke, S. Braga, J. Dumont. A. Duczakowski, M. Curty, J. Morris, N. Willey, R. 
Harris, C. Strom, J. Caiazza. L. Tasker, C. Hassenfus, K. Flatley, A. Boni, A. Gosh, J. Carter, A. 
Caiazza, L. Kenney, J. Palos, S. Svanholt 



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The boys and girls track team had a 
great season. The girls' record was 
6-2. The boys' record was 5-3. The 
boys' MVP was Scott Kramer, un- 
sung was Kirk Bogardus. The girls' 
MVP was Michelle Doane, and the 
unsung hero was Mary Ann Curty. 
The Spring track team is looking for- 
ward to another great season. 





B/G 




B/G 


KP 


77/53 


Franklin 


59/83 


KP 


103/76 


Oliver Ames 


34/60 


KP 


110/95 


Canton 


26/41 


KP 


104/116 


Sharon 


32/19 


KP 


81/81 


Foxboro 


55/54 


KP 


63/72 


Stoughton 


73/64 


KP 


67/81 


Mansfield 


70/55 


KP 


35/45 


No. Attleboro 


101/91 






A e Duczakowski ran the 4x4, the mile, and did the long jump. She 
* elected as one of the four senior captains for the 1992 season. 
A e continued on to state competitions in 1991 season. 



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Going for the putt is junior Brian Gallerani. 





Junior captain and Most Valuable Player Ge 
Peckham takes a swing at it. 




Resting on the side lines is senior Dave Toubeau who was voted Unsung 
Hero for the 1991 season. 



Clay Pierson was a varsity junior captain for the 1992 season. 



118 











Junior Jeff Dynan who played in several varsity 
matches is wondering why his shadow won't just 
stay still. 



Dave Toubeau, Gene Peckham, Kurt Vonheusen, John Rockenstein, 
Brian Gallerani, Jeff Dynan, and Mike Lewicki (Coach Cosentino not pres- 
ent in photo). 




Angry after hooking one into the woods Senior var- 
sity player, Kurt Vonheusen. 



vs 


Stoughton 


One win, one loss 


vs 


Oliver Ames 


Two losses 


vs 


Canton 


Two losses 


vs 


N Attleboro 


Two losses 


vs 


Sharon 


One win, one loss 


vs 


Franklin 


Two losses 


vs 


Foxboro 


Two losses 


vs 


Mansfield 


Two losses 



The KP golf team fin- 
ished up the season with 
a record of fourteen 
losses and two wins. The 
two captains were Gene 
Peckham and Clay Pier- 
son. Gene was voted 
Most Valuable Player, 
and Dave Toubeau was 
the Unsung Hero. The 
team is fairly young, so 
they are looking forward 
to the 1 992 season with 
captains Mike Lewicki 
and Gene Peckham. 





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Mike Lewicki as a junior was player two on the varsity team. 



119 





High spirited senior, Becky Andrews, who played 
right inner was voted the Unsung Hero of the team. 

SCHOOL HISTORY MADE . . . 

This years Field Hockey team was the first EVER to 

?o to the State Tournament, 
hey finished their season with an impressive 1 1 -3- 
3 record. 

The president of the Mass. South Sectional Officials 
Association presented the team with the Good 
Sportsmanship Award!!!!! 



This year's field hockey team led by 
tri-captains Danielle Brown, Bonnie 
MacDonald, and Erin Turner, was the 
best it's every been! The team was 
strong with a large group of seniors that 
had been playing together on the var- 
sity team since their sophomore year. 
The team finished the season with an 
11-3-3 record which qualified them for 
the state tournament for the first time 
ever in KP history!! The senior players 
received many awards both in the 
league and from various all-star teams. 





KP 





Soughton 


KP 


4 


Oliver Ames 


KP 


1 


Canton 


KP 


1 


Medfield 


KP 


1 


N Attleboro 


KP 


3 


Sharon 


KP 


3 


Foxboro 


KP 


1 


Mansfield 


KP 


2 


Franklin 


KP 


1 


Stoughton 


KP 


2 


Oliver Ames 


KP 


3 


Canton 


KP 


1 


N Attleboro 


KP 


2 


Franklin 


KP 


1 


Foxboro 


KP 


2 


Mansfield 


KP 


6 


Sharon 



Danielle Brown (team captain, position: left link), beating the other team to the 
ball. 



Coach N. Tower i 
voted Coach o 
year by the 
Chronicle and' 
Woonsocket Cc 



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at a defense! Three strong seniors, K. Stafford, 
Clark, and A. Grote help out goalie T. Ben- 
lenga. 



One of the tri-captains, Erin Turner (right 
link), received the Hockomock League Sport- 
manship Award and the Mass. Inter- 
scholastic Athletic Association Sportsman- 
ship Award. 



Bonnie MacDonald has 
been one of the most 
talented players, to 
come through KP. she 
was not only voted MVP 
of the KP team, but also 
of the Hockomock 
League team. Bonnie 
was elected to the all- 
star teams of the follow- 
ing: Boston Globe, 
Boston Herald, Woon- 
socket Call, Sun Chron- 
icle, and Milford Daily 
News. Bonnie was also 
a captain of the KP 
team. 





R. Gagne, R. Harris, K. Flatley, A. Conroy, A. Beebe, L. Moretti, T. Bencivenga, 
J. Williams, C. Strom, N. Willey, S. Lisaskaus, Coach Tower, H. Whitbread, A. 
Grote, B. Andrews, D. Brown, B. MacDonald, E. Turner, S. Clark, K. Stafford. 




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D. Dunfey, J. Wessinger, D. Rose, M. Brown, S. Phuel, S. Barret, O. Cahill, T. 
Forest, E. Henderson, K. Matilla, M. Carlow, M. Buchanon, J. Kliemola, Coach 
Walker, A. Wessinger, L. Coffey, A. Sacromona, E. Hurney, J. Arsenault, C. 
Gaetani, B. Barry, C. Lombard, J. Mure, D. Robinson. 




Senior, Helen Whitbread was of great importance to the strong 
defense as a halfback. She was voted hockomock league all-star, 
as well as Sun Chronicle all-star. 



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Country 

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Coach Zeigler-Carneiro 

Coach of the Year voted by the Sport 
Staff of the Sun Chronicle and the Woor: 
socket Call. 

Coach for 3 years and all 3 years gir 
have taken the Hockomock league chair ! 
pionship. 





A «**»! 



Waiting to run, foreign exchange student from Belgium 
Tierry Lemmers, Senior Phil Pogaris, and freshman Phil 
Wisnewski. 



Special Congratulations to the girls Cross 
Country team for being the Undefeated 
Hockomock League champions! Good luck 
again next year. 



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Junior Mike Crowley coming around the 
bend. 



•»• Raymond and Paul Wisnew- 

ki 




H. Brown, D. Wagner, K. Hansen, M. Doane, A. Duczacowski, S. Braga, M. 
Curty, A. Boni, T. Poletto, Coach Ziegler-Carneiro 




J Howard, D. Raymond, P. Rogaris, M. Crowley, M. O'Brien, P. Wisnewski, D. 
Neske, K. Kenyon, Coach Ziegler-Carneiro, S. Vick, T. Holmes, J. Oles, E. 
Labagh, T. Lemmers, S. Leary 

The Girls Cross Country team had an excellent season. With a 
record of eight and zero, the girls team became the league's dual 
meet champs. The girls team also went on to win the Hocko- 
mock League meet. In the State Class Meet (Division III) the girls 
team finished fourth. This fourth place finish allowed the girls 
team to proceed to the All-State meet in which they finished four- 
teenth. The team was led by Michelle Doane and Angie Ducza- 
cowski. Unsung hero was given to Tina Poletto, and MVP to 
Michelle Doane. Good luck next year girls! 

The boys Cross Country team finished with a record of three 
and five. The whole team put forth a great effort. The meets that 
they did lose were extremely close. The captains were Eric 
Labagh and John Oles. The most valuable player was awarded 
to Eric Labagh, and the unsung hero was Shad Vick. The boys 
team is a young team and is looking forward to next year. 



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Soccer 




In his senior year Brian Eppley played on the varsity team as the left 
wing. 



Brian Thomas, senior varsity captain a< 
All-Star Goalie doing the Pee Wee dam 



Heather Hadfield was the 1991 senior 
varsity captain. Heather played center 
half and had the best kicking foot on the 
team. 



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ior Tricia Krajewski has been 
varsity goalie since her fresh- 
) year. 




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nor varsity captain Bren- 
■Monahan (sweeper) re- 
Hed the award for best 
Hnsive player. 



All-star striker Jason Richardson was a senior 
varsity captain of the 1991 soccer team. He re- 
ceived Most Valuable Player and Best Offensive 
Player. 




Since Coach Caniero started at King Philip the 
warriors have done things that people never thought 
they could do. This 1991 Warriors team, led by Tri- 
Captains Brian Thomas, Jason Richardson, and 
Brendan Monahan, ended the season with a 12-7 
record. The warriors went on to the division two state 
tournaments. The first round game against Oliver 
Ames resulted in a three to three tie at the end of four 
overtime periods. So the season ended for KP on a 
shoot out which made Oliver Ames the winner four to 
three. 








Coach Camiero, J. Cassidy, MGR M. Gallimore, J. Hoffenburg, 
Coach J. Thomas, R. Todd, E. Nolan, D. Vitelli, M. Griffin, R. 
McNeil, B. Gibson, W. Rollins, B. McCormick, J. Abril, R. Pat- 
terson, B. White, D. Mahoney, B. Monahan, B. Thomas, J. 
Richardson, B. Eppley, K. McCasland, S. Cowley. 



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J. Ouimet, R. Jergins, Coach Jack Thomas, R. Sweeney, D. 
Oatley, R. McMurray, R. Hatfield, C. O'Brien, E. Gains, S. Hes- 
sion, A. Moore, C. Hanlon, J. O'Brien, S. Pavao, D. McCormick, 
J. Wertz, B. Burns, P. Marino 




J. Canelli, K. Chandler, T. Krajewski, J. Morris, M. Howard, C. 
Carter, A. Hankey, E. Hurder, J. Johnston, M. Zassenhaus, B. 
Operach, K. Palos, K. Hassenfus, M. Morris, K. Cleverdon, M. 
Weaver, H. Hadfield, T. Lindmark, J. Allen, Coach Tribou. 




Stats from the captain. 



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/ for Tibbetts. Junior 
nny Bautz played 
it end and defensive 
1 for the varsity team. 





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Note from the captains and coaches: 
Thanks for being a dedicated and intense 
team of over-achievers that embodied the 
spirit of 91 . 



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J Gugliotta, J Morganelli, G Foster. J Conley. C Dunfey. J Lizzote. J Malcolmson, M Hagerty, C Cleveland, B 
Wason. F Sorento. T Pike, C F^ne, J Destephano, R Kreis, D Pisani, D Daley, M Tibbetts. M Oliver, J 
Lawrence, J Shepard, J Colurn. J Booth. A Garcia, K Kerhimeher, J Doane, J Cameron, C Mckeon. M 
Gorman, M Brady, J Momboquette, P Bourne, J Kettel. C O'Brien, C Cously. A Elliote, J White, M Mcarthy, S 
Powers, A Vito. B Vincent, J Cornell. M Marcello. M Peevie, M Bilbert, M Antonellis, S Willey, B Payne. 



Through hard work and determination, 
the football team enjoyed their greatest 
season to date. Led by captains John 
Conley, Greg Foster, and Chris Dunfey 
along with the leadership of the rest of the 
senior team, they boasted an 8-2 record. 
John Conley and Greg Foster were elected 
to the All-Hockomock team, while Jim 
Malcolmson was named to several 
newspaper all-star teams for his work as a 
wide receiver and kicker. Jason Morganelli 
received the teams unsung player award 
for his unselfish plays on both offense and 
defense. Greg Foster was named MVP. To 
top off a great season John Conley 
became the second player from KP to be 
selected on the Shriners All-Star team. If 
there was one word to describe the 1991 
team it's "family", because everyone 
worked together to achieve a common goal 
of being the best team in school history. 



SEPT 



OCT 



CANTON 
STOUGHTON 

FOXBORO 
OLIVER AMES 

KM LD 

NATTLEBORO 
FRANKLIN 



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Chris Dunfey is one of the senior captains. He plays TB, 
Split End, and CB. Chris has started on both the offen- 
sive and defensive teams for his junior and senior years. 



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Cheer leod 





Junior tri-captains Paddy O'Brien, Leigh Devereaux, 
and Lori Tasker. 




The varsity cheerleaders mounting into a pyramid 
for their grand finale. 



Chrissie Malagrida — Go Ninja Go!! — 









The fall varsity cheerleack 
cheer for the varsity footb 
team and the varsity soa 
team. This year they were vt 
successful in rivaling spirits 
both the fans on the side lin 
and the players on the fie 
With a young team led 
Paddy O'Brien, Lori Tasl 1 
and Leigh Devereaux, thath 
been together for three yet 
they are looking forward 
next season. 






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tie junior varsity squad 
lers for the junior varsity 
■ball team and the junior 
lity soccer team. At the 
lity games the JV squad 
I always in the stands help- 
Ithe varsity cheerleaders 
■the crowd excited. Their 
■port was appreciated, 
dd luck next year! 




Sophomore Junior Varsity cheer 
leaders Lisa Grecko. 



Junior Varsity Squad 




Juniors: Lori Tasker, Julie Matola, Chrissie Malagrida. 



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John Conley was the ferocious senior captain of the 
varsity wrestling team. He wrestled as a heavy 
weight and brought the team some hard earned 
wins. 




Wade Kammerer wrestled at 140 on the varsity team. 
He was an important senior member who had many 
quick victories like the one above. 



"Take this little girly mon", and he 
did. Joe Destephano pulled off a 
14-0 win over this North Attleboro 
player. Joe was a senior captain 
and wrestled at 160. 




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Wrestling at 1 30 on the varsity team is sop 
more Steve Droste. 




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a Pisani started out on the varsity team as a freshman. He struggled at 
but managed to become a major part of the team. Now as a senior he 
sties at 1 52 and is a senior captain. 





Junior Rich Kries wrestled on the var- 
sity team at the weight class 189. He 
worked hard and it payed off individu- 
ally and for the team as a whole. 



Mark Rogers letting 
his opponent smell 
defeat. Mark was a 
junior and wrestled 
at 145. 



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S Cerella, B Flukenger, J Lovely, J Simmons, J Destephano, R Kries, J Conley 
M Poletto, L Caccapagha, M Olzewski, R Davis, J Pearson, B Atkinson, J Finley' 
M Rogers, D Pisani, V Pearson, W Kammerer, B Clinton, J Shaw, C Pearson J 
Pennini, B Droste, T Clinton, J Gulino, S Rogers, M Penini 




Without last years coach Bernie 
Cataloni, King Philip had an above 
average year. Bob Flukenger filled the 
gap, and did a nice job of pulling the 
team together through injuries and 
other tough times. King Philip Wres- 
tling will have it's first sectional cham- 
pion this season and has potential for 
five state champions. "We showed a 
lot of character considering the over- 
whelming situation that we were up 
against regarding injuries and ill- 
nesses ... we learned the true mean- 
ing of the word team" — Bob Fluken- 
ger 



Tabor 

Cohasset Tourn. 

Norwood 

Mansfield Tourn. 

Marlboro 

Cumberland Tourn. 

Foxboro 

Sharon 

Scituate 

Norwell 

Franklin 



KP 

53 17 

2nd place 
32 38 
6th place 
36 33 
2nd place 



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40 
57 
65 
23 



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23 
16 
3 
39 




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The yearbook staff woul 
like to apologize for the at 
sence of team pictures. Ther 
were complications beyon 
the staff's control and ther; 
fore the pictures were n< 
taken before the final dea< 
line. — C Lamothe 



Mike Crowley and Jerri Cannelli running the 4x400 relay 
race. 





B/G 




B/G 


KP 


59/76 


Canton 


23/8 


KP 


32/58 


Franklin 


54/28 


KP 


33/49 


Foxboro 


53/37 


KP 


32/54 


N. Attleboro 


54/32 


KP 


38/57 


Mansfield 


48/29 


KP 


62/51 


OA 


15/34 


KP 


38/70 


Stoughton 


48/16 




Sophomore John Oles runs both the 1 000 a 
the mile. This year John qualified for states in t 
1000. 



Foreign exchange student Katya Hanssen and 
senior captain Angie Duczacowske (who qual- 
ified for All States) running the thousand. 



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Brad Hunsaker glides over high jump after doing the 50 meter and the 300 
meter. (The Yearbook apologizes to the Boys' and Girls' Track team for not 
having a team picture. There were complications.) 



fctain Frank Sorrento puts every- 
Ig into his shot put. 






Andrea Hankey and Renee Gagne rest after the shot put. 



Mots, Brad Hunsaker and Sean 
*|'den finish the 300 meter. 



Senior Michelle Doane, who holds 
the high jump, 4x400 relay and the 
mile record, finishes up her race. 



Boys' Captains: Anthony 
Longabard, Frank Sorrento, 
and Jamie Barrette. 
The Boys Winter Track Team 
finished the 1991-1992 sea- 
son with a record of 2-5. De- 
spite a losing record, out- 
standing efforts and per- 
formances were made by 
many. A bright future is in store 
for this team in the upcoming 
years. 

MVP — Anthony Longabard 
Unsung — Jamie Barrette 
Rookie of the Year — Eric 
Nolan 



Girls' Captains: Angie Duczakow- 
ski, Michelle Doane, and Bonnie 
MacDonald. 

The Girls Winter Track Team fin- 
ished with an outstanding season 
record of 6-1 . Many outstanding 
performances were made through- 
out the season. This year the Girls 
Track Team beat Foxboro for the 
first in at least six years. Hard 
work and dedication led to the 
girls fantastic season. 
MVP — Michelle Doane 
Unsung Hero — Angie Ducza- 
kowski 

Rookie of the Year — Michelle 
Morris 



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More Guys" D. Daley Senior Captain 




E. Deveraux Sophomore Defensemen clears out 
the front of the net for J. Morganelli senior goal- 
tender. 




M. Deveraux as a Senior Captain defensemen lights it up from the point. 




K.P. 


6 


Newton South 


K.P. 


6 


Medway 


K.P. 


6 


Newton South 


K.P. 


11 


Seekonk 


K.P. 


12 


Seekonk 


K.P. 


2 


Franklin 


K.P. 


3 


Medfield 


K.P. 





Stoughton 


K.P. 


1 


Canton 


K.P. 


6 


Oliver Ames 


K.P. 


7 


Taunton 


K.P. 





Franklin 


K.P. 





Stoughton 


K.P. 


3 


Canton 


K.P. 


5 


Taunton 


K.P. 


5 


Oliver Ames 




T. Holmes Senior Rt. Wing is awaiting the face-c 




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Row A: E. Turner, mgr., K. Newman, ass. coach, J. Snyder, coach, J. 
Nagle, M. Gamble, A. Eliot, D. Daley, J. Richardson, M. Devereaux, E. 
Bogardus, B. MacDonald, B. Piotti, ass. coach, K. Dunn, ass. coach, A 
Grote, mgr. Row B: J. Morganelli, S. Horton, T. Holmes, B. Shepard- 
son, J. Asci, D. Toubeau, M. Savicki, E. Devereaux, P. Balzerini, M 
Antonellis. 




B. Piotti, J. Snyder, Captain M. Devereaux, Captain J. Richardson, Cap 
D. Daley, K. Newman, K. Dunn 





Hard work and an optomistic atti- 
tude have resulted in the best record 
in the last seven years for the War- 
riors. With their high level of per- 
formance, the team looks like a con- 
tender for a top spot in the league. 
The secret of their success has 
been their reliable goal tending and 
strong defense. While scoring 53 
allies, they have allowed only 33 
goals, and posted their first shutout. 
On the horizon is the possibility of a 
5irth in the state tournament. 





Mike Savicki, freshman, "How does that taste, buddy!" 



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Scores up to 
Dec 17 




This year's team, led by seniors Brian 
Thomas, Chris Dunfey, Greg Foster, 
and Brian McDevitt, has had its ups and 
downs, but the highlight of the season 
come in the second game against 
Sharon. King Philip beat the defending 
state champions, 69-53, in a convincing 
fashion. King Philip also broke Sharon's 
26 game winning streak. The Warriors 
moved on to the state tournament for 
the first time ever at KP. Overall, we 
have had a great year, and we wish luck 
and success to the future Warrior 
basketball teams. 




Date 



KP 


Mansfield 


60 


64 


KP 


Sharon 


64 


53 


KP 


Canton 


55 


65 


KP 


Braintree 


61 


97 


KP 


Weymouth 


70 


62 


KP 


Attleboro 


69 


54 


KP 


N. Attleboro 


58 


38 


KP 


Stoughton 


57 


73 


KP 


Franklin 


81 


64 


KP 


Foxboro 


63 


69 


KP 


Oliver Ames 


63 


65 


KP 


Mansfield 


67 


73 


KP 


Sharon 


53 


61 


KP 


Canton 


58 


74 



D. Bautz, junior, always looking 
for the right pass. 



B. Thomas, senior, captain, making his pat- 
ented base line move. 




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Jill Canelli, junior, and Katie Palos, junior. 






Varsity — Backrow C. Schmidt, T. Krajewski, O. Cahill, L. Moretti, T. Forrest, 
C. Malagrida, K. Hasenfus. Front RowT. Bencivenga, J. Canelli, H. Hadfield, 
K. Palos, A. Boni 





JV — Backrow Coach, M. Buchanan, M. Hunter, M. Emmott, K. 
Bremlist, M. Syszycka, B. Kerr, A. Beebe. Front Row L. 
Buckley, M. Megan, N. Johnson, C. Roache, M. Ellis 




Varsity Boys: D. Bautz, B. McDevitt, M. Jones, B. Thomas, M. Gilbert, J. 
Rockenstien, Coach Jackman, G. Foster, G. Peckham, J. Doane, J. Dynan, 
P. Darling, C. Dunfey. 




T. Forest, sophomore, guard 



J. Doane, junior, makes the 
North Attleboro defense look 
silly. 



Back Row C. Lunn, S. Willey, J. Kettel, C. O'Brian, Coach 
Kummer, Front Row, T.J. Kegley, J. Boyce P. A. Bourne, B. 
Vincent, A. Vito, E. Lefayve 



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138 







Amnesty International 

Many nations possess and enforce 
the beliefs that all men are equal and 
have the right to their own religions 
and ideas. Unfortunately, there are 
countries who do not share such 
views and imprison individuals who 
do not conform to the restrictions 
they have imposed on their citizens. 
The King Philip chapter of Amnesty 
International, started in 1988, is part 
of a worldwide organization that 
works to protect the fundamental 
rights of all people. This group of 
students works to protect such pris- 
oners of conscience through letters, 
petitions, and fundraisers. 



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National Honor 
Society 

This is a group of 
students who excel 
in academics. Addi- 
tionally, the mem- 
bers are students of 
good character who 
participate in a wide 
range of extracurric- 



ular activities and 
have leadership ex- 
perience. The Na- 
tional Honor Society 
is responsible for 
raising money for 
scholarships and or- 
ganizing numerous 
community service 
activities. 




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Peer Leadership 

The Peer Leaders are a large 
number of faculty-nominated 
students who have pledged to 
remain drug-and-alcohol-free 
throughout high school. They 
visit the elementary and junior 
high schools of the neighbor- 
ing towns and teach children 
about drug and alcohol abuse 
and how to recognize and 
deal with peer pressure. 



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SADD — Students 
Against Drunk Driving 

Large numbers of 
people die each year as a 
result of automobile ac- 
cidents related to drunk 
driving. Many students 
take part in this organiza- 
tion to educate others 
about the dangers of driv- 
ing drunk and to encour- 
age sobriety. To this end, 
SADD has sponsored 
many activities to promote 
their cause. 



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UNICEF 

UNICEF (United Na- 
tions International Child- 
ren's Emergency Fund) is an 
organization which aids unfortu- 
nate children throughout the world. 
In its fifth year, the King Philip 
chapter continues to raise 
money for this or- 
ganization. 






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Audio Visual Aides 

The Audio Visual Aides 
area small group of stu- 
dents who volunteer their 
time to assist librarians with 
the distribution of audio 
visual equipment, which 
they deliver to classrooms 
each day during home- 
room. 




Colorguard/Winterguard 

As part of the marching band, the 
colorguard adds to the visual effect of 
the band's performance. Through the 
use of carefully choreographed flag- 
work and dance, the colorguard vis- 
ually enhances the band's perform- 
ance by interpreting and expressing 
the music. 

The Winterguard performs in com- 
petition on a gym floor to taped music. 
The guard performs a vigorous display 
of difficult dance moves and flagwork. 
With the talent, grace, and expression 
of the people involved, the guard per- 
forms a fantastically entertaining show. 



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Bottom Row: Jeremy Lovely, Jon Morris, Ben Greene, Amy Lehan, Mark Grazado, Nick Pantazi, Sean Greene, Michelle Texeira, 
Allison Pope, Brian Marchionni, Talbot Beehr, Wendy Nicodemus. Row 2: John Berman, Ivy Thompson, Jeremy Udden, Tanya 
Tellum, Charlene Copeland, Christina Barry, Keiren Preston, Megan Kinnear, Maureen Crehan, Stacia Jaronski. Row 3: Ed Devlin, 
Amber Springer, Asha Maliakal, Ryan O'Connor, Danielle Oullette, Tina Udden, Jeannie Page, Elizabeth Shearer, Jeanine Lennihan, 
Andy Whelton, Amy Carroll, Erin Vryson. Row 4: John Fox, Cornelius Larriuee, Alicia Hostetler, Todd Clutterbuck, Melissa Jenne, 
Sandy Bontemps, Sandy Berman, Tim Dubendris, Chris Vrysen, Michelle Hunter, Ray Boucher. Row 5: Erika Sundberg, Sharon 
Sundberg, Karin Wicklund, Amy Levesque, Michelle Lennihan, Diana Deschamps, Aimee Konowitz, Peter Tileston, Scott Hiser. Row 
6: Ben Montogomery, Melana Didominico, Tricia Lawrence, Jessica Shearer, Gabe Wolloff, Jarrod Copeland. Row 7: Matt Kirwin, 
Melissa Morris, Joy Muller, Kristen Johnston, Rich Copeland. 



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Band 

This year the Marching Band 
won its fifth consecutive state 
champions title. Additionally, it 
has won its third New England 
championship out of the last four 
years. The King Philip band has 
earned this recognition through 
hard work and dedication, and 
thus has achieved great suc- 
cess. 






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SAXOPHONE ENSEMBLE: M. Kirwin, M. DiDomenico, J. Morris, T. Clutter- BRASS ENSEMBLE: D. Deschamps, G. Wolloff, J. Lennihan, M. Lennihan, I 
buck, S. Sundberg, J. Berman. Copeland, C. Vrysen, M. Howard 




CLARINET QUARTET: A. Hostetler, E. Sundberg, B. Montgomery. 



BAND COUNCIL: (back) J. Page, D. Deschamps, T. Udden, S. Greene, 
Kirwin. (front) B. Marchionni, R. Copeland, M. Lennihan, S. Bontemps, A. C 
roll, J. Mueller. 








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JAZZ ENSEMBLE: (back) J. Berman, B. Marchionni, B. Teixeira, M. Grazado, S. 
Sundberg, M. Kirwin, C. Vrysen. (front) D. Deschamps, R. Copeland, M. 
Lennihan, G. Wolloff, M. Teixeira, J. Morris, S. Greene. 



CONCERT BAND: (back) B. Montgomery, J. Morris, R. Copeland, M. Abril, 
Wolloff, N. Pantazi, E. Sundberg, S. Greene, A. Hostetler, I. Thompson, 
Kinnear, W. Boone, L. Solaway, E. Bristol, (middle) T. Clutterbuck, J. Berman, 
Grazado, S. Bontempts, M. Lennihan, J. Lovely, J. Lennihan, A. Small, 
Shearer, J. Morris, M. Hunter, D. Deschamps. (front) M. Kirwin, M. DiDomenii 
M. Teixeira, S. Sundberg, S. Berman, M. Howard, J. Page, K. Wiklund, A. C 
roll, M. Morris, C. Vrysen. 



148 




DECA 

DECA (Distributive Education Clubs of 
America) is a program offered to juniors and 
seniors who are enrolled in a marketing edu- 
cation class. This program allows the stu- 
dent to compete against students from the 
United States, the District of Columbia, 
Guam, the Virgin Islands, and Canada. Stu- 
dents compete with written manuals, oral 
presentations, and competencies in specific 
subject areas in business. DECA builds in- 
telligence, social graces, and skills needed 
for success in today's business world. 




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Gym Aides 

The Physical Education Internship program is one in which juniors and seniors participate 
in gym classes with freshman and sophomore students. The interns are elected by the Phys- 




CLASS ADVISORS: (back) Mrs. Carneiro, Mrs. N. Tower. 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT: (front) E. Turner, Secretary; B. Macdonald, Treasurer; G. Foster, President; 

M. Ouimet, Vice-President. 



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150 



Student Council 

The Student Council con- 
sists of a group of students 
who meet bi-weekly to dis- 
cuss and vote upon issues of 
the student government. 
These students plan activities 
for both the school and the 
community. Homecoming and 
Class Competition are two of 
the major events sponsored 
by Student Council, but 
throughout the year they or- 
ganize school spirit activities 
and community services. 





Community Advisory 
Council 

The Community Advisory 
Council was started this year. 
Three high school representa- 
tives and various community/ 
school members, such as the 
Superintendent, parents, 
teachers, principals, and 
members of the church, 
gather to find social alterna- 
tives for young teenagers to 
prevent drug problems and in- 
fluence the community in a 
positive way. 



151 




Student Advisory 
Committee 

The Student Advisory Com- 
mittee is made up of students 
appointed by the Student 
Council. One member sits on 
the School Committee Board 
and reports to the Student 
Council. This program is to 
relay important School Com- 
mittee decisions to the stu- 
dent body. 




Regional Student Advisory 
Committee 

The Regional Student Advi- 
sory Committee is made up of 
one or two elected students 
from each class chosen to 
represent King Philip once a 
month at regional meetings. 
At these meetings, many Stu- 
dent Council representatives 
gather to discuss student 
rights and concerns, as well 
as to exchange school im- 
provement ideas. 




WKPH 

WKPH is composed of 
a group of students who 
read the morning an- 
nouncements. It is their 
duty to relay important 
information about sports, 
activities, meetings, as- 
semblies, and other mat- 
ters of interest to the 
students of King Philip. 



152 





(back) A. Longabard, K. Vonhausen, C. Garrity, C. Olson, (front) M. Ouimet, B. Thomas, J. Destefano, B. 
Epply, S. Cowley 



Boys' Girls'State 
Exceptionally motivated, well-rounded students are 
chosen by the American Legions of each town to repre- 
sent the community. Approximately 600 students for each 
event competed for political positions of the fictional com- 
monwealth they were given to run. Through much cam- 
paigning, hearing lectures, and debating bills, virtually 
everyone is given a political position. The participants 
spend the one week program working hard, making 
friends, and having fun. 




L Zassenhaus, M. Gallimore, E. Turner, B. McCarthy, K. Stafford, S. 
pntemps 



153 





Drama Club 

The Drama Club, directed by 
Mr. D'Attillo and Mrs. Huckle, is 
an assembly of talented stu- 
dents who possess skill in act- 
ing. Each year the club is re- 
sponsible for the production of 
several large-scale perform- 
ances. 




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Equestrian Club 

The Equestrian Club is a 
new organization which 
was formed this year for 
people who wish to become 
more involved in this active 
sport. Members of this 
group also organize fund 
raisers and schedule field 
trips. 





International Exchange 
Club 

The King Philip Interna- 
tional Exchange Group was 
established to help students 
to participate in foreign ex- 
change programs and to help 
people in the district host 
students. Additionally, the 
club raises money to assist 
students in foreign exchange 
programs and host families. 




155 




Pre-Medical Club 

The Pre-Medical Club is 
composed of a group of stu- 
dents who wish to pursue a 
career in medicine. The stu- 
dents attend monthly meet- 
ings at hospitals to further 
their education about the 
medical field. Topics of in- 
terest pertaining to medical 
careers are discussed in order 
to encourage students to 
enter this field. 



Role-Playing Game Club 

In a role-playing game, 
each player creates an imag- 
inary character which is then 
confronted by various puz- 
zles and challenges on his 
way to accomplish some 
goal. Each player must then 
use his imagination to decide 
how his character can best 
solve or overcome these ob- 
stacles. This year the RPG 
Club has played the Ad- 
vanced Dungeons & Drag- 
ons game and the STAR 
TREK role-playing game. 




156 






Sachem 

Many students at King 
Philip are talented in the 
areas of art or writing. 
Sachem, the school lit- 
erary magazine, exists to 
allow such students an 
opportunity to share their 
creations with us and ex- 
press themselves. 




Ski Club 

The King Philip Ski Club has been in exist- 
ence for many years. At least one ski trip is 
planned for the students each year; how- 
ever, these trips are only taken if a sufficient 
number of students show an interest in par- 
ticipating. Over the years, the Ski Club has 
organized day trips, weekend trips, and 
school vacation trips. This year the club is 
under the direction of Mrs. M. Sullivan and 
Mrs. N. Tower. 



157 





Video Club 

The Video Club, formed in 1984, consists, of a group of 
bright and ambitious future leaders in the vast production 
field. While learning the basic skills of verbal and television 
communications, this group produces The Access News- 
line, Sportsline, and local town government meetings. We 
would like to thank Massachusetts Cablevision as well as 
Wrentham and Norfolk Access organizations for their sup- 
port. 




158 




The Watausch Society 



Gene Roddenberry, 1992-1991 : where no one has 
gone before 




Lord High Watausch: Brian Eppley 
Grand Executive Watausch: Gene 

Langlais 
Watausch Chief of Staff: Kurt von 

Hausen 
Chairwatausch of the Board: Chris 

Conklin 
Auxiliary Watausch 

Subcommander: Chris Garrity 
Watausch Society Scribe: Carol 

Olsen 
Director of External Watausch 

Affairs: Doug Terpstra 
Watauschette Director of 

Transactions: Lori Hanssen 
Manager Watausch of Internal 

Security: Anthony Longabard 
Administrator of Watausch 

Activities: Mr. J. Cormier 



159 





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161 




William J. Costa 
Superintendent Of Schools 

'What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters, compared to what lies within 



us. 



— Oliver Wendell Homes 



162 




Winston Fairfield, Jr. Principal 

On behalf of the administration and faculty, I wish the class of 1992 health, happiness, and success. 






John Fitzsimmons 
Assistant Principal 



James Johnson 
Administrative Assistant 



Joseph Lojko 
Director of Pupil Personal 



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Language Arts. Both English 
and Reading are included in this 
department. Students spend four 
years in English improving their 
reading & writing skills. Reading 
is offered for students who wish 
to improve their reading skills. 
Special courses include ad- 
vanced placement English and 
business English. By the time 
students graduate, they are 
ready to either enter college, or 
tackle the complexities of the 
working world. 




Mr. Houde 



Miss Ryan 




Mr. Ahern, Mr. Black, Mr. Besaw, Miss Southworth, Mrs. Negus, Mrs. Huckle, Mrs. Kamon, Mrs. McDonald 



164 










Mrs. McCourt, Ms. Figueiredo, Mrs. Mannering, Mrs. Negus, Mrs. Huckle, Mr. Lanciaux, Mrs. McNeil 



Foreign Language. The foreign language offerings include French, Spanish, German and Latin and concentrate in 
developing listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. In addition to the goal of competence in languages, students 
are exposed to the history and culture of the foreign countries, and occasionally tours of these countries are organized. 





Mr. Lanciaux 
"NICE DO" 



"What a Hunk!' 



165 




Mr. Ligor, Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Lazzara, Mr. Faulk, Mrs. Villiard, Mr. Nosiglia, Mrs. Casper 



Science. At King Philip, courses in physical and environmental sciences are offered. Students partake in both 
classroom and laboratory exercises and also have the ability to participate in advanced science courses. This is a 
fundamental course needed to survive in the world. 




Mr. Cormier now. 




m 

Mr. Cormier then. 




166 




Mr. Lepere, Mr. Perry, Mr. Webb, Mr. Kummer, Ms. Szczepaniak, Mrs. Erikson, Ms. Strekouras 




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Mrs. Barrett 



Mathematics. This department includes both Mathematics and computer science. 
Mathematics is a study which is very important in other studies. The curriculum in- 
cludes courses ranging from basic math to calculus. Computer science is an impor- 
tant subject for survival in the modern world. Courses offered include Basic, Fortran, 
Cobol, Pascal and others. 




167 




Mr. Brennan, Mr. Simmarrian, Mr. Finase, Miss Manteca, Miss Bremer, Miss Coutu 




Social Studies. The Social 
Studies department offers 
many courses which should 
meet the needs of most 
students. There are the re- 
quired courses of American 
history and world civilizations 
and a wide variety of electives 
ranging from Economics to the 
Youth and the Law. This de- 
partment also participates in 
many other activities such as 
Hockomock Model Senate, 
Student Government Day, and 
National History Day com- 
petitions. 




Miss Coutu 



Hey Doctor! 

Mr. Simmarrian 197? 



Miss Bremer 
Singing in 1980 

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168 




Mr. Guillemette, Mrs. Raymond, Mr. Lavallee, Mrs. Tolley, Mrs. Stankiewicz, Mrs. Domkowski 



Business. The business 
department's goal is to 
provide business com- 
puter and marketing 
skills useful in the '90s. 
These courses are valu- 
able for students seeking 
employment after gradu- 
ation or those seeking to 
continue their education. 




Industrial Arts. Industrial arts, classes allow 
students to explore a variety of occupational areas 
in order to help the student make intelligent educa- 
tional or career choices. Courses offered include 
drafting, technical drawing, architecture, graphic 
arts and technology education. 





Mr. Riley, Mr. Sumner 
Mr. Menoche, Mr. Croteau 



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Special Needs is a program set up at King 
Philip to help students who want to learn, but 
cannot compete in faster classes. Instruction is 
offered in most areas and counseling is offered. 
The teachers are a great asset to King Philip. 



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Mrs. Cooper, Mrs. Sullivan, Miss Turco, Mrs. Fredrick, Mrs. Wernborg, Mrs. DiRe 



Mrs. D. Tower 



Guidance. The guidance staff at King Philip works hard to help students have the 
best future possible. They allocate time to sit and talk with each student. They act 
as friends and advisors. They are important in shaping our futures, and they are 
an important addition to this school. 





Mr. Young 




Mr. Berquist, Miss Resca, Mrs. Crehan, Mr. Keleher 



170 




The Media Staff. The media center offers a wide variety of re- 
source materials, novels, magazines, and newspapers. 
Students also have access to computers and audio-visual 
squipment. The staff is helpful and want the media center to be a 
Dlace for research and leisure. 



Mrs. Lepere, Mrs. Carr 





Secretarial Staff. The secretaries at King 
Philip work in Guidance, the main office, 
and the principal's office. They help by or- 
ganizing and keeping records of all the 
events occurring in the school. 



Helen Berry, Pauline Lessard, Marilyn Antonellis 



171 





MUZ. 



Mrs. Zeigler-Carneiro, Mrs. N. Tower 



The Music and Art Departments. The music program at King Philip is one that competes with a high standard of excel- 
lence. It consists of the marching band, jazz band, concert band, and color guard. The art department offers a wide, yet 
versatile, selection of courses ranging from foundation art to advanced art. 





Miss Salazar, Mr. Tileston 



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Mr. Edmonston 
Athletic Director 



{Physical Education. The physical education program is set up to 
jneet the needs of all students, regardless of their ability. Students 
participate in many individual and team sports ranging from football 
(and soccer to climbing. An internship program is also offered for jun- 
iors and seniors planning a career in physical education. These 
ibtudents assist in the present program. 





Mr. Hartley, Mr. Carneiro, Mrs. Smith 



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Bill Raymond, Charles Brindley, Gene Courtney 



Tom Lawless 



The Custodial Staff. The custodians help to clean the daily clutter and keep our 
school looking neat. They do an excellent job. 

The Cafeteria Staff. The cafeteria ladies work hard to plan nutritious, delicious 
meals for the hungry student body. 




The ladies of the Cafeteria. 



Jack Gallagher 



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TEACHER PATRONS 



Constance Ryan 

Ms. Janna Bremer 

Mrs. K. McDonald 

Richard Ahem 

Mrs. Jean Neubauer 

Mrs. Peg Sullivan 

Carol S. Meuser 

David M. Sumner 

Paul Riley 

Nancy Kennedy Tower 

Mr. and Mrs. Lepere 

Ed Croteau 
Mrs. Roberta Negus 

Wayne Simarrian 

Jane A. Southworth 

June R. Coutu 

Mrs. J. Kamon 

Genevieve Szczepaniak 

Helen Cooper 

Marilyn Carr 

Mary M. DiRe 

Tom Hartley 

Mr. William Costa 

Mr. Joseph Lojko 

Mr. Winston Fairfield 

Mr. John Fitzsimmons 

Mr. James A. Black 

Mr. Daniel C. Keleher, Jr. 

Mrs. Joanne McCourt 

Mr. C.E. Faulk 

Mr. Thomas L. Ligor 

Miss Cristina Figueiredo 

Mr. Tom Schmidt 

Mr. Paul Lanciaux 

Mr. Kummer (congratulations) 

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Erickson 

Miss Manteca 

Mrs. Casper 



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BUSINESS PATRONS 




Norfolk Travel Service 
158 Main St. Norfolk 

Honey Dew Donuts 
2 Taunton St. N. Attleboro 

Morocco Bros. 
P.O. Box 264 Wrentham 

Plainville Prescription Center 
122 South St. Plainville 

A&J Tool Findings Co. 
6 West Bacon St. Plainville 

Anthony Italian Style 

North End Deli 

5 Man-Mar Drive Plainville 

Daley Service 
2 Rockwood Rd. Norfolk 

Electro Fix 
300 South St., Plainville 

Sirois Bicycle Shop 
Landry Ave. N. Attleboro 

Country Florist 
930 West St. Wrentham 

Dairy Queen 
389 No. Washington St., N. Attleboro 

Papa Gino 
15 Taunton St. Plainville 

Plainville Lions 
Plainville 

Dale Medical Products 
7 Cross St., Plainville 

Norfolk Police Assn. 
Best Wishes to 1992 GRADUATES 




(508) 384-3742 
(508) 384 7722 



William R. Beebe 

President 



MECHANICAL INSULATION CONTRACTORS 



1092 South Street 
P. O. Box 750 
Wrentham. MA 02093 



Best Wishes to Class of '92 





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OIL • DIESEL • KEROSENE 
BURNER SER. 



46 South Street 

Plainville, MA 02762 

(508) 384-2270 

(508) 695-2270 



Donald E. Fisher, D.D.S. 

14 Common Street 
Wrentham, MA 02093 



(508)384-8136 




Congratulations Class of '92 





OF WRENTHAM, INC. 
DRY CLEANERS 

Established 1963 

141 FRANKLIN STREET 
WRENTHAM, MASS 

384-371 5 



BARDON4URTRIMOUNT 

Manufacturers and Installers of 
ASPHALT PAVEMENTS 

CRUSHED STONE 

ASPHALT RECYCLING 

COLD PLANING 

CONCRETE 

Headquarters 

70 Blanchard Road 

Burlington, MA 01803 

(617) 221-8400 

Simeone Corporation 

PLANT LOCATIONS 

(508)881-1430 
(508) 886-4535 
(508) 373-5635 
(508)429-1510 
(508) 775-1217 
(508) 535-7020 
(508) 822-7120 
(617) 595-0820 
(617)321-4100 
(508) 754-4709 
(508) 398-8865 
(617)344-1100 
(617)595-0820 
(508)824-1022 
(508) 384-3161 

Consider above advertisers when you buy 



formerly 



Ashland 

Carver 

Groveland 

Holliston 

Hyannis 

Peabody 

Raynham 

Salem 

Saugus 

Shrewsbury 

So. Dennis 

Stoughton 

Swampscott 

Taunton 

Wrentham 



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Professional Photography 

1062 Taunton Avenue Rt. 44 

Seekonk, Massachusetts 02771 

(508) 336-4777 

Yowo Yeatbook 



Plwtbg'tapkm 




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Terra (§|ycle 



ENVIRONMENTAL RECOVERY 
SYSTEMS, INC. 



THE RECYCLING CENTER 



recycling solutions 







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Tel. 508-699-7575 
FAX 508-695-4377 







Plainville Machine Works 

General Machinists - Special Machinery 






ROGER HORTON 

General Manager 



High Street 
Plainville, MA 02762 



BELLA 



CONSTRUCTION CORP. 



PETER S. TSIMORTOS 



Industrial Rd. 

P. O. Box 355 

WRENTHAM, MASS. 02093 



384-2116 



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29 Franklin Street 
Wrentham, MA 






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patriot ^armacp, "jnc. 

KING PHILIP PLAZA WRENTHAM, MA 

NEXT TO THE POST OFFICE 
PHONE 384-7788 



HOURS: MON.-SAT.: 9 A.M.-8 P.M. 
SUN. 9 A.M. 2 P.M. 



508-695-4887 



1-800-244-4887 



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- EVERYTHING FOR THE.BRIDE & HER ATTENDANTS - 
• ACCESSORIES '/--ALTERATIONS 

HELENE CHUTJIAN 13 MESSENGER SQUARE 

DRESSMAKER / DESIGNER PLAIN VI LLE. MA 02762 



Bacon Square Custom Packaging 

36 Bacon Square 
Plainville, Massachusetts 02762-2187 



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D Bsports 

Name Brand Athletic Footwear & Clothing 

546 Kelley Blvd., N. Attleboro 

(RTE.152) Next to RoJacks 

<Xl— fiw(5(D8) 695-4499 



FAX (508) 384-7130 




(508) 384-7795 



Priggen Steel Building Co., Inc. 
General Contractors 




GUARDIAN 

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS, INC. 
of Massachusetts 

P.O. BOX 2397 

PLAINVILLE, MA 02762 

TEL (508 s 695-71 71 FAX. (508) 695-8986 



133 Franklin Street 
P.O. Box 1039 
Wrentham, MA 02093 



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YOUR PARTY CAN BE A HIT! 

chafers make it easy to serve warm food 

dinnerware, glassware, and flatware to serve 

your food 

linens dress up your tables 

costumes and balloons are fun! 

TAYLOR RENTAL CENTER 

379 B Central St. 

Foxboro, MA. 

02035 



DELICIOUS PIZZAS 

HOT OVEN GRINDERS 

SPAGHETTI 

WRENTHAM HOUSE OF PIZZA 

DO YOU WANT FASTER SERVICE? 

CALL 384-8109 
WE WILL HAVE IT READY FOR YOU. 

Wrentham Sq. Wrentham, Mass. 

THANK YOU — CALL AGAIN 





SPECIALIZING IN RV TOWING 



ESTIMATES 
COLLISION REPAIRS 



79 POND STREET 

NORFOLK, MA 02056 

(508) 384-7883 



ROCCO A. SILVESTRI 

OWNER 



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M3-529-7252 




407-743-4IM 




A History of Service 



102 SOUTH ST. 
WRENTHAM, MA 02093 

(508)384-6101 



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DEEP HOLE DRILLING 
GUN DRILLING 

Capabilities: 

— Hole sizes from 0.125 to 2 1 / 2 I.D. 

— Round to 6" O.D. to 10 feet long 

All Types of Materials 
All Types of Patterns 
8,000 sq. ft. facility 
Serving industry for 30 years 

— Electronics — Government 
— Aerospace — Manufacturing 

GARTMAN ARMS 

COMPANY. INC. 



Washington Street — Wrentham, Ma 02093 
508-384-3791 



"nl For Entertainment' 

VIDEO-MANIA 

•M7 E. Central 
Franklin, MA 

(508) 528-4764 



MOVIES FOR A DOLLAR! 










Flower Studio 

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Flower Studio, Ltd. 

3flT N. W„hineinn Sttrel. Ric 1 
Nnnh Altlrbnro. MA OIThO 



A. J. PUnte M5-3MS 

/VopnVror 69S-3oOO 

FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 

SVd.linp 

Funeral. 

Silk* - Dried 

Frnil Ba*Ww 

Interior Planlvapina: 

Mainlenance Contract-, 

Balloon Douqurts 

Gill U>ft 



PLAINVILLE TRUCK STOP 

Plainville, Mass 

Home of Rt 1 Tire 

#695-8543 

GOOD LUCK To THE CLASS OF 92 



Division of 
J. MARINO & SONS INC. 



lome Heating Oil 



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Diesel Fuel] 



24 Hour Service 
Complete Installations • Free Estimates 

529 Franklin St., Wrentham 

(508) 
384-2510 



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CATALDO'S PAINT & HARDWARE, 

INC. 

Wrentham Center 

384-2431 

Mon.-Fri. 7:00-5:30 

Sat. 8:00-5:00 

GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 1992 



Richard Roy 
Sales Representative 



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1 1 Mirimichi Street 
Plainville, MA 02762 
(508)695-0110 
Fax (508) 699-0308 

A Division oi Hoy^l Hinge & Die Co Inc 

BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1992 

Prestige Packaging 



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Now There's an Alternative. 



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Congratulations Class of 1992 




Plainville Insurance Agency 

A DIVISION OF RICHARDSON-CUDDY INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 

119 SOUTH STREET — BOX 1627 
PLAINVILLE, MA 02762-2047 

695-3528 



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HONG KONG 



CHINESE 
RESTAURANT 

SZECHUAN & POLYNESIAN FOOD 

FOR TAKE OUT ORDER 

Please Call 

Tel. 695-7900 or 695-7997 



46 WASHINGTON ST., RTE. 1 
PLAINVILLE, MASS. 



HOURS: 

Mon. to Wed. 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m. 

Thur. to Sat. 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. 

Sun. 12:00 Noon to 1 :00 a.m. 



'1 Medxjnic Street 
Foxboro 
(508) 543-6321 



30B Commercial Street 
(Route 1 40) Faxjboro 
(508) 543-o344 




Foxboro National Bank 

Your friendly Neighborhood Bank 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 




'231 East Cenfraf Street 
(Route 140) Franldin 
(508)528-1900 



King Pfwtrp Plaza 
Wrerdhom 
(508)384-8151 
*ATM locations 



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295 Keltey Blvd North Altlebwo. MA 02760 t, } {, J Telephone (617) 69S 20*8 

NURSERY • GREENHOUSES • GARDEN CENTER • FLORIST • LANDSCAPING 



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(508) 695-2000 

TWX (5 10)600-4 340 

FAX (508)695-8758 



MINI-SYSTEMS. INC. 

Hermetic Microelectronics Packages & Chip Carriers 



Electronic Packages Division 

1 68 East Bacon St.. P.O. Box 1 597 

Plainville. MA 02762-0597 




ATCO PLASTICS, INC. 

31 West Bacon Street 

Plainville. MA 02762 

Phone: 508-695-3573 

FAX: 508-695-4234 



precision injection 
molds and molding 



LAIDLAW WASTE SYSTEMS INC. 

Belcher Street & 495 & Rt 1 
Plainville, Massachusetts 02762 
508 699-2267 Phone 
508 643-1219 Fax 



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DEDICATED DELIVERY SYSTIA I S 

205 INDUS (RIAL ROAD, WKENl'IIAM, MA 02093 
TELEPHONE (SOU) 304-6181 

4«i A/X Cumfuny. 




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TRUCKING • CELLARS DUG • PIPE LINES 

SEPTIC SYSTEMS • SEWER LINE 

SAND • GRAVEL • LOAM 

SNOW REMOVAL 

384-7755 

682 FRANKLIN STREET WRENTHAM. MA 



KEN BLANCHARD 

EXCAVATING 



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BOSTON HUB KOA KAMPGROUND 

1095 South Street 
Wrentham, MA 02093 



FLORENCE JOHNSTON 
ARTHUR JOHNSTON 



Business (617) 384-8930 
Home (508) 226-8924 



9\(orfo[kjPfiarmacy 

Frederick J. Kenney BS. 
Registered Pharmacist 

Tel: (508) 528-0880 
FAX (508) 528-3908 

8 Rockwood Road • P.O. Box 153 • Norfolk, MA 02056 



NEW ENGLAND 
AUTOMOTIVE 




COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE & TRUCK REPAIR 

Precision Collison Repair 

Chief E-Z Liner Frame Alignment 

EXPERT AUTO BODY REPAIRS AND PAINTING 

26 Franklin Street 
Wrentham, Mass. 02093 



508-384-7944 
Days 



508-384-2333 
Fax 



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Tom Bonollo, President 
1978 King Philip Alumnus 



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T#L.C CLEANING 




PHYLLIS GAMBLE 
VINCENT GAMBLE 



The Personal Cleaning Service" 



656 DEDHAM STREET 

WRENTHAM, MA 02093 

COMMERCIAL e> INDUSTRIAL 3847015 



Best Wishes to Mike and Bonnie, Dana, 

John, David, and Charlie and the 

rest of the Class of '92. 




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ENGELHARD CORPORATION 
ENGINEERED MATERIALS DIVISION 
ROUTE 152 

PLAINVILLE, MASSACHUSETTS 02762 
(508)695-7811 TELEX 92-7690 



FELLOW AMERICAN COLLEGE OF FOOT SURGEONS 



DR. PAUL M. LEPLEY, JR. 

PODIATRY AND FOOT SURGERY 

DIPLOMATE AMERICAN BOARD OF PODIATRIC SURGERY 

CERTIFIED IN FOOT SURGERY 



508-384-6151 




Fax 508-384-6028 



Franklin 
Environmental Services 

POB 617, Industrial Road, Wrentham, MA 02093 



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P.O. BOX #382 

6 WEST MILL ST 

MEDFIELD, MA. 02052-0382 



TELEPHONE 
508-359-7229 



Fleet Bank 

A Member of Flect/Norstar Financial Group 

Were here to make a difference. 



Member FDIC. 



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Route 1-A 

Norfolk, Mass. 

Tel. 508-384-7312 



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Open 7 Days 



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Serving Lunch, Dinner, Sunday 
Brunch Cocktails 



Be sure to visit "The Country Market' 

and "ElizabethV where you'll tind 
Gourmet Foods and Unique Gifts! 




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Post Office Box 49 
201 Franklin Street 
WRENTHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 02093 
Tel. (508) 384-1000 
Fax (508) 384-3875 



THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE 

AND SUPERINTENDENT 

OF SCHOOLS WISH EACH 

MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF 

1992 HEALTH, HAPPINESS 

AND SUCCESS. 




Back Row, L-R Missy Gallimore, Maureen Howard, Patrice O'Neil, James Lehan, Sam 
Williams Front Row: Theresa Hubbard, Dr. Grady, Barbara Fink, Suzanne Neske, 
Chairperson, James McCormick, Mary Ann Gallimore 



Missy Gallimore and her mother 



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SANBORN, 

Provider of Environmental Systems 

and Services, 
Congratulates the Class of 1992. 



^SANBORN 

^^\A Leaders in SeparationTechnology 
^^F ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS 



25 Commercial Drive 
Wrentham • MA 02093 
508/384-3181 



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Editor's Note 




C. Finley, S. Bencivenga, C. Lamothe, C. Garrity, A. Carroll, C. Conklin, G. Langlais, S. 
Magill, M. Zassenhaus, L. Bautz, M. Doane, S. Bontemps 



Co-Editors In Chief 
Student Life Editors 



Senior Section Editors 



Undergraduates Editors 



Sports Editor 



Clubs & Activities Editors 



1992 Chieftain Staff 

Sandy Bontemps 
Courtney Finley 
Janae Sinclair 

Michelle Doane 
Michelle Zassenhaus 



Sara Magill 
Liz Bautz 

Carolyn Lamothe 

Amy Carroll 
Gene Langlais 



No one can really know how difficult if is for one page of 
this book to be done, unless you are a member of the year- 
book staff. Only a select few know how hard it is to turn a 
blank piece of paper into a finished page ready for print. It 
all starts out with an idea for a layout, then copy, artwork, 
photos, then captions are added. Before you know it our 
yearbook is complete. 

We would like to thank all of the dedicated people who 
helped; to those who pulled out some last-minute dead- 
lines out of who knows where. We would like to thank those 
who did not quit on us but who hung in there to complete 
pages others had left behind. 

A very special thank you to Sara Magill and Liz Bautz 
who took on the huge job of undergrads and did it beauti- 
fully. To Michelle Zassenhaus for all of her time and talent- 
ed art work. To Michell Doane for always coming to meet- 
ings even though she was often too tired to stand up. Spe- 
cial thanks to Steve Bencivenga for his undying work and 
dedication selling ads! Has anyone ever sold more??? 

We would especially like to thank Arnie Lohmann, our 
yearbook rep. from Josten's. His expertise, tips and mostly 
his faith in us kept us going. Where would we have been 
without Mrs. Finley? Faithfully she came, every week, and 
supported us. How many mothers would have done all that 
she did on her one night off!!! To Joe Geoff roy (and his 
faithful assistants, Gary and Paul) the award of "Unsung 
hero." What is a yearbook without pictures? And yours Joe 
are the best! 

Above all, we would like to thank Mrs. Cooper. The 
advice, encouragement and refreshments (soda, candy 
and pizza) kept us going. We would never have done this 
book without her. And so we dedicate this book to her and 
to everyone who worked so hard to complete the 1992 
Chieftain. To anyone not mentioned here you have not 
gone unnoticed, our thanks to everyone for making this 
yearbook a success. 

Sincerely, 
Sandy Bontemps 
Courtney Finley 
Janae Sinclair 
(Co-Editors in Chief) 



Faculty Editors 



Chris Conklin 
Chris Garrity 



Ads Editor Steve Bencivenga 

Eager assistants and lifesavers: Jess Brewer, Phil Rogaris, 

Sharalyn Andrews, Lorena Leveque, Kurt vonHausen, Helena 

Norian, Tim Doire, Evan Williams, Kate Wolloff, Amanda Lawn, Dana 

Pisani, Shad Vick, Alex Race, Olivia Cahill, Martha Buchanan, Cindy 

Hoyle, Donna Wagner, Eric Paul, Stacey Bassett 



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